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Peter Joseph, editor extraordinaire at St. Martin’s Press, is our guest today on Scene of the Crime. He is, as one of his writer’s noted, an editor “of sagacity and wit.”

Okay, full disclosure. I wrote those words in the acknowledgment page of Requiem in Vienna; Peter is my editor on the Viennese Mystery series.

He is also helping me inaugurate a new feature on this blog: I plan to interview editors and agents as well as writers on the use of spirit of place in fiction, thus providing input from all sides of publishing.

Peter acquires mysteries and thrillers under the Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Minotaur imprint, and also acquires nonfiction titles in science, history, biography/autobiography, narrative nonfiction, and pop-culture. Additionally, Peter serves as an editor for Lost Magazine, coordinates the annual Tony Hillerman Prize, and is an occasional contributor for Flavorwire.

Peter, welcome to Scene of the Crime. (more…)

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