'Southwest Noir' Collects Short Stories With Arizona Influence

By Steve Goldstein
Published: Wednesday, February 10, 2016 - 3:35pm
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"Southwest Noir"

There’s a lot more to Arizona than the desert, but that particular setting lends itself so well to mysteries and the unknown that it’s hard for creative types to resist.

The new book "Southwest Noir" includes short fiction based primarily in Arizona. It features writers including James Sallis, author of "Drive," Barry Graham and Jenna Duncan. French illustrator Vince Larue spoke about the new book. Larue was the creative force behind the book and his whose art is included in it.