Marilyn Stasio

Posted by Erika Funke on

Do you enjoy a good crime novel? Love mystery, murder and intrigue? The friends of the Wayne County Public Library will bring Marilyn Stasio, author, writer, theater and literary critic and the renowned New York Times crime columnist to Honesdale on Thursday, May 16th. Marilyn will present a talk titled “Hard-boiled Dames: How Women Writers Changed the Crime and Mystery Novel”. She’ll also reveal what it’s like to work at the New York Times and produce a twice-monthly review column, which she’s done since 1988. Keystone Edition’s Erika Funke had a chance to speak by phone with Marilyn Stasio about her work.

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