Today in literary history, we celebrate the work, and birth, of crime novelist Robert Brown Parker.
First up for Parker’s features, NPR has a feature on Parker as well as an excerpt from Now & Then: “Parker Explores The Shadows of Boston’s Back Bay.”
Over at Wired for Books, they have curated a collection of audio interview with Parker: “Audio Interviews with Robert B. Parker.”
As a farewell for this post, we have a farewell post written to/about Parker after his death: “Looking for Robert B. Parker: A Fond Farewell to the Man Who Saved P.I. Fiction, Part 1.”
Visit Parker’s website for more information: “Robert B. Parker: Website.“