• The Big Click Issue 6
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    Issue Six of The Big Click kicks off with “Pure Southern” by James Robert Smith, in which a traumatized ex-soldier guarding a warehouse takes on the mobsters who want to rob it. For our second story we have… More

  • The Big Click Issue 3
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    Issue Three of The Big Click opens with Jim Nisbit’s “Note From Earth,” a dystopian vision of the future where ice is money and night doesn╒t always arrive, and continues with Wayne Allen Sallee’s… More

  • The Big Click Issue 1
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    The Big Click Issue 1 Jeremy Tolbert et al.

    The Big Click╒s inaugural issue kicks off with Ken Bruen’s “Angel of Hospitality,” in which a would-be embezzler chooses the rightest wrongest hotel in Manhattan to use as a safehouse. Then, … More

  • The Big Click Issue 7
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    In Issue 7 of The Big Click, we’re starting with “Easy Off” by Sean Craven, wherein violence begets violence—to a point—and the merits of using oven cleaner as a defensive weapon are… More

  • The Big Click Issue 2
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    Issue Two of The Big Click starts off with a snippet of Dan Fante╒s forthcoming novel Point Doom, in which a recovering alcoholic attempts to resolve his issues with PTSD and Jack Kerouac. Our second story is ╥The … More

  • The Big Click Issue 8
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    Issue 8 of The Big Click starts off with Tony Mason’s “The Fifth Witness,” about the fallout after a man unwittingly casts doubt on a police investigation. Then we have Joe Clifford’s “Through… More

  • The Big Click Issue 9
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    The Big Click Issue 9 Jeremy Tolbert et al.

    In Issue #9, we begin with “Bragging Rights” by Jason Ridler╤little bragging, no rights, but plenty of sex. And heartbreaking poverty. Then satirist Ann Sterzinger looks into the dark future of just… More

  • The Big Click Issue 12
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    The Big Click Issue 12 Jeremy Tolbert et al.

    The Big Click rings in the new year with “Welcome to the Family,” a story about Greek food and annoying yoga instructors from debut author Francis Setnocis. We also offer you “Summer Cannibals”… More

  • The Big Click Issue 5
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    Issue Five of The Big Click launches with Andrea Gibbons’ “Lost and Found,” the tale of a former guerrilla (and mother) who must make a new life for herself in Los Angeles after the war’s over.… More

  • The Big Click Issue 4
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    Issue Four of The Big Click features Marc E. Fitch’s “Altar Boys,” the story of a dope-addicted bartender and what happens when he finds his dealer murdered at the Catholic shrine where they usually… More

  • The Big Click Issue 10
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    Our tenth issue begins with a tale of violence and betrayal, “Late Night on Route 17” by Libby Cudmore. Have you ever caught yourself wondering what true love really looks like? Well, read this and find out.… More

  • The Big Click Issue 11
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    The Big Click Issue 11 Jeremy Tolbert et al.

    In Issue 11 of The Big Click, we offer for your edification some intriguing historical noir, “Bragadin’s Skin” by Brian Thornton. We also feature a crime fictional take on the legend of the Gator … More

  • The Big Click Issue 14
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    The Big Click Issue 14 Jeremy Tolbert et al.

    Our fiction this month is chock full of romance and bromance. Plus punching and murder, as is our wont. First, Heather L. Nelson’s story, “Gorge,” will delight you with sleeping pill-laced beers… More

  • The Big Click Issue 13
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    The Big Click Issue 13 Jeremy Tolbert et al.

    For our second anniversary issue, we have a theme for our fiction offerings: Women and Danger. Not Women in Danger, though that is always popular in crime fiction, of course. But for better or for worse, we like to buck … More