Links & News

June 4, 2018:  OUTtv and No Equal Entertainment announce Mezcalero, a new drama series based on the transgender Detective Sanchez novel series (press release).

In early December 2017 TE Wilson launched the Notes From The Underground podcast, in which he discusses historical and contemporary attitudes toward crime. Each episode features a one-on-one interview that explores a unique topic. Interviewees include authors, experts, and individuals with personal experiences of crime. These podcasts were originally broadcast through the facilities of Trent Radio in Peterborough, Canada.

On November 1, 2017, Douglas Arthur Brown of Boularderie Island Press hosted an event for TE Wilson and Mezcalero at Cocina Economica 141 Berkeley, Toronto, Ontario. The next night, he was in Peterborough for another evening with TE Wilson and fellow Boularderie Island Press author Sally Barnes.

On Sunday, October 22, 2017,  the Casting Society of America held open-call audition for transgender actors in Toronto and Montreal. This was part of an international call that took place in 13 locations around the world.

Thanks to Douglas Arthur Brown and the great folks at Boularderie Island Press for a wonderful launch event in Sydney on Friday, June 16, 2017. Here is some great press from the Cape Breton Post.

Chapter 10 of the newly published Gender Bending Detective Fiction: A Critical Analysis of Selected Works, by Heather Duerre Human, is devoted exclusively to an analysis of Mezcalero.

Here is an interview with Jack little of The Ofi Press Literary Magazine  (Issue 48 – June/July 2016).

La politica es la politica is Timothy Wilson’s English language news blog covering the Americas, and at times parts beyond.

InSight Crime is a foundation dedicated to the study of the principal threat to national and citizen security in Latin America and the Caribbean: organized crime.

NISGUA Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala, is a U.S.-based human rights NGO that was officially formed in 1981 to advocate for human rights in Guatemala and a more just U.S. foreign policy. “news for the rest of us.”

The Globe and Mail , Canada’s “national newspaper”


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