The story is violent and shocking and heartbreaking, perfect for a magazine that bills itself as “A chronicle of bad decisions and desperate people.”
It’s available in electronic and print editions:
Rock and a Hard Place Magazine published their debut issue in September 2019, billing themselves as “A Chronicle of Bad Decisions and Desperate People.”
Allan’s noir tale, “A Town Full of Losers” was featured in the issue, and in early January 2020 he spoke with RHP cofounder and Editor-in-Chief Roger Nokes on the inaugural RHP podcast. The podcast featured a reading of “A Town Full of Losers” followed by a lively discussion.
Authors on the Air interview
In June 2019 Allan was interviewed by host Pam Stack of Authors on the Air on Blog Talk Radio regarding the release of the seventh Tracie Tanner thriller, The Soviet Assassin.
At one time in late 2016, producers at Authors on the Air thought it might be a good idea to have Allan co-host a radio show along with fellow authors Luke Romyn and Claude Bouchard. This experiment lasted exactly one episode, with New York Times bestselling author Russell Blake as the guest, on March 27, 2017. Here is that rare hour of radio madness.
Thriller Radio interview
A conversation from February, 2014 with thriller author and host of Thriller Radio, Joshua Graham.
Two-part interview at Authors on the Air
An equipment malfunction at the Authors on the Air studio caused this conversation with host Pam Stack to be split into two parts. The first took place January 25, 2013 and the second two days later.
Listen to Part One
Listen to Part Two
In January 2014, the prolific and talented J.F. Penn interviewed Allan about writing horror and thrillers.
Appearance on The Taco Society Presents
This September 5, 2017 interview by horror author Tony Tremblay, along with Sydney Leigh and Phil Perron of the Taco Society touches on the process of writing, and the difference between writing horror and mainstream thrillers.
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