Issue 7s includes articles an interview of David Bowker by Jennifer Jordan, Adrian Milnes looks at Australian crime fiction and Anthony Rainone talks with Charles Ardai of Hard Case Crime in the Publisher Spotlight. Additionally Ruth Jordan says there's no such thing as a bad review, Jason Star speaks with Joseph Finder and Blake Crouch introduces to his band of sick little goobers…Victor Gischler, Scott Phillips, Gregg Hurwitcz and himself.
Highlights from issue 8 include Ayo's first Bouchercon, Gary Warren Niebuhr looks into Carrol John Daly in Footprints and Jon Jordan sends off Evan Hunter. You also get Julie Spencer-Fleming's Zoe Sharp interview, Ray Banks' piece on Eddie Little and Patricia Sprinkle is interviewed by Maureen Robb.
Six short stories are included this time around. The contributors are Trey R. Barker, HP Tinker, J.A. Knorath, Otis Twelve, Steven Torres and Ian Rowan.
All the regular contributors are on tap as well: Reed Farrel Coleman, Jim Pascoe, Jeremy Lynch, and Robert Randisi.
Finally, there's nearly 100 reviews in these 2 issues.