Submitted by Tim Broderick on September 6, 2007 - 22:27
Whoa! Two pages in the same week? Yes! I'm going to try update Mondays and Fridays.
Hey, do you want to get notified of special events, appearances or news from me? Let me know by emailing me at aabroder at (use the @ sign) yahoo dot com. I promise I won't divulge or use your email for any nefarious purposes.Â
Submitted by Tim Broderick on September 3, 2007 - 00:16
I'm gonna be hurtin' in the morning. We visited the Indiana Dunes for the first time today, and walked uphill in sand to the top of one of the larger ones. Let's just say that it's easier going down than it is going up.
It was quite a workout for this 45-year-old. Well, not quite 45 - that happens Tuesday ;)
Submitted by Tim Broderick on August 19, 2007 - 22:26
Congratulations to Mystery Scene magazine on their 100th issue, and thanks for naming David Diangelo of Odd Jobs one of the top 100 private eyes of the Mystery Scene era!.
Submitted by Tim Broderick on August 12, 2007 - 23:39
Not much to report, except a new page is up. Hopefully, cool news soon.
Submitted by Tim Broderick on July 8, 2007 - 14:46
Well, Printer's Row was terrific. I sold a bunch of books and had a great time at the Twilight Tales booth and the Echelon Press booth. I'm still trying to figure out what to do for next year - go into the Echelon booth or stick with Twilight Tales. I have some time to decide that, though.Â
Submitted by Tim Broderick on May 12, 2007 - 16:59
I [Tim Broderick] am in the newly released Wall Street Noir, a mystery anthology that was edited by Peter Spiegelman. It's already received a starred review by Publishers Weekly:
Spiegelman, the ideal editor for the Wall Street entry in Akashicâ€™s noir anthology series, assembles a stellar cast of 17 crime genre luminaries, many with financial backgrounds.
Hey! I'm a luminary! I'm planning to do signings this summer, starting with Printers Row in Chicago. New page of Odd Jobs this weekend. See you then. Check back here later this month for more information.
Submitted by Tim Broderick on December 19, 2006 - 10:28
Author/artist Tim Broderick has signed with Echelon Press to publish his graphic novel/mystery Cash & Carry, tentatively scheduled for early 2008.
Cash & Carry is the latest in Broderickâ€™s Odd Jobs series, a long-running webcomic inspired by the classic American newspaper and European adventure strips, but firmly ensconced in the mystery genre.
Submitted by Tim Broderick on October 13, 2006 - 21:59
"SOMETHING TO BUILD UPON" is an amazing piece of graphic story telling. Tim Broderick has a wonderful style that immediately draws the reader in and makes them need to keep reading." - Crime Spree Magazine
"Something to build upon" is available through Twilight Tales or at Amazon.com
Submitted by Tim Broderick on September 1, 2006 - 23:13
The new Odd Jobs story "Children of the Revolution" debuts Friday, September 8th at Moderntales.com! This will be the fourth Odd Jobs tale from creator Tim Broderick.