Now entering its sixth year, the Web-wide “forgotten books” series is also proving open to themes and other new ideas to help keep its coverage both lively and relevant.
To that end, organizer and short-story author Patti Abbott has announced that Friday, June 28, will be Elmore Leonard Day. If they would like to, contributors are encouraged to comment on any works--“a western, a crime novel, a short story or two”--by Detroit’s hard-boiled poet of plunder and perfidy. As usual, Abbott is willing to post mini-reviews by writers lacking their own blogs or Web sites.
To let Abbott know that you’ll be participating in this themed event, simply drop her an e-note at email@example.com.