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Gary Phillips

Gary Phillips‘s short stories have appeared, most recently, in Los Angeles Noir (Akashic) and in Full House (G.P. Putnam’s Sons). He is a member of PEN and past national board member of the Mystery Writers of America.

  • November 25, 2008

    Sunrise, Sunset

    In this last episode we mostly wrap things up, but leave a few strange matters for earthly or cosmic interpretation.

    Gary Phillips

  • November 11, 2008

    All Fall Down

    Breakfast turns violent, more is revealed, and while a decent president gets elected, there’s no rest for Congresswoman Kang.

    Gary Phillips

  • October 27, 2008

    Brimstone and Bowlers

    The soldier and the rich guy await their fates in the afterlife, while Cynthia Kang’s brother gets in way over his head.

    Gary Phillips

  • October 14, 2008

    Murmurs of the Heart

    The malefactors and the manipulators of machination start to fess up.

    Gary Phillips

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  • September 30, 2008

    Bailout, Shmailout

    Congresswoman Kang re-emerges on Capitol Hill in time to put her two cents in on the economic crisis. Paulson takes a knee, and Lacy Mills goes off the rez–way off.

    Gary Phillips

  • September 15, 2008

    The Land of Nod

    This Week: Various players get ready for the Big Sleep.

    Gary Phillips

  • September 3, 2008

    Our Man Countryman

    This Week: Ex-black ops agent Dieter Countryman comes to terms with a life misspent as the very dogs of chaos he helped unleash come back to bite him.

    Gary Phillips

  • August 25, 2008

    Sex and Violence

    This Week: Things get all twisty as Kang makes some moves her own damn self, and her slacker brother contemplates the Big Wave.

    Gary Phillips

  • August 19, 2008

    Death and Dying

    This Week: Congresswoman Kang hangs out in the loo, wide stance and all.

    Gary Phillips

  • August 11, 2008

    The Bruja

    This Week: Dieter Countryman would like to do some enhanced interrogating, while Congresswoman Kang drops in to get in the groove with a witchy woman.

    Gary Phillips