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Nights of Neo-Noir–The Last Good Kiss by James Crumley

December 12, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


“The last good mystery.” —Rolling Stone

Tough, hard-boiled, and brilliantly suspenseful, The Last Good Kiss is an unforgettable detective story starring C. W. Sughrue, a Montana investigator who kills time by working at a topless bar. Hired to track down a derelict author, he ends up on the trail of a girl missing in Haight-Ashbury for a decade. The tense hunt becomes obsessive as Sughrue takes a haunting journey through the underbelly of America’s sleaziest nightmares.

This final Noir class takes place at Liberty Bar downtown at 1111 S Alamo St. Join us on the 2nd floor in the backroom to discuss The Last Good Kiss.


Facilitated by William Glenn & Eusebio Diaz

William Glenn 2Glenn co-founded the bilingual literary/cultural journalTerra Incognita and is author of A Brief Guide to American Poetry (Premier Poets Chapbook Series). Recent publications include two poems in AMP: Journal of Digital Literature. He co-leads Gemini Ink’s Nights of Noir series and works at the University of Texas at the San Antonio Libraries.



Eusebio Diaz - photo for Fall 2016
Early in life, Diaz was drawn to noir novels that exposed the underside of humanity and celebrated the poetry of the downtrodden. He co-leads Gemini Ink’s Nights of Noir reading program and is working on a book set in his hometown, Carrizo Springs. He received a BA in Anthropology and an MA in Bicultural-Bilingual Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio.


December 12, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Liberty Bar
1111 S. Alamo St.
San Antonio, 78210 United States
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Alexandra van de Kamp