O'Neil De Noux
A former homicide detective,
O'Neil De Noux is a published novelist and short story writer. He is
also the founding editor of two fiction magazines: Mystery Street
and New Orleans Stories.
De Noux's novels (Grim Reaper, The Big Kiss, Blue
Orleans, Crescent City Kills, The Big Show and Hollow
Point) have been lauded for their hyper-realistic portrayal of police
work. His short story collection, LaStanza: New Orleans Police Stories
received an "A" rating by Entertainment Weekly Magazine.
Mr. De Noux adapted a short story from this collection, which was televised
and broadcast in New Orleans.
Over 150 of O'Neil De Noux's short stories have appeared in magazines
and anthologies in the U.S., Canada, Denmark, England, Germany, Italy
and Scotland. He teaches mystery writing at the University of New Orleans.
His most recently published story, "Death on Denial", published
in the critically acclaimed anthology, Flesh & Blood: Guilty as Sin,
edited by Max Allan Collins and Jeff Gelb (Mysterious Press) was just
selected to be in the upcoming anthology Best American Mystery Stories
2003 (Houghton Mifflin).
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