Author Archives: Max Talley

About Max Talley

Max Talley is the author of the near future thriller, Yesterday We Forget Tomorrow, published in 2014. His short fiction has appeared, or is forthcoming, in Two Cities Review, Iconoclast, Del Sol Review, Chantwood Magazine, Gold Man Review, and the Hardboiled anthology from Dead Guns Press. Max's website is http://maxdevoetalley.com

State of Grace: The Art and Process of Grace Rachow – by M. Talley

Grace Rachow is known at the “Queen of the World” at the Santa Barbara Writers Conference. She has been helping out in one way or another with SBWC for the past 25 years and recently acquired the related title of … Continue reading

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Live and Let Deitch: flash fiction and the writing process of Nicholas Deitch, a man who wears many hats – by M. Talley.

Live and Let Deitch: flash fiction and the writing process of Nicholas Deitch, a man who wears many hats – by M. Talley. Nicholas Deitch, or Nick, as his friends know him, is a partner at Mainstreet Architects in Ventura, … Continue reading

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Intro to The Long Fadeout crime/suspense novel

  Intro: September (by Max Talley) Keith Bender hated the desert. He had always despised it: a hot and dry wasteland where people withered to brittle husks before reaching perdition. Bender awoke slouched on the caked Nevada soil with his … Continue reading

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