The ZINNG: Staub’s Movie, Barker’s TV, Things to Do in Denver (and London)

Set your DVRs for Wendy Corsi Staub's novel Hello, It's Me (written as Wendy Markham) airing Sunday at 9p Eastern on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel.

Many Congratulations to superfans and crime-reader-advocates Bill and Toby Gottfried, who'll be awarded the 2015 David Thompson Award at Bouchercon next month! Read more at Janet Rudolph's Mystery Fanfare and give them a high-five in Raleigh!

Share Friday night Words and Whiskey at Denver's BookBar with authors J.A. (Julie) Kazimer, Lisa Birman, and Joe Clifford. Bottoms up at 7p!

Deadline reports that Clive Barker's horror-fantasy Weaveworld is in development for television by the CW. It will be executive-produced by Barker as well as writer Jack Kenny (Warehouse 13).

Starting today through the September 27th, the inaugural Radio Times Festival is being held at The Green at Hampton Palace in London. So if you're in the UK, you may avail yourself of sessions with some of your favorites from Sherlock, Peaky Blinders, and Poldark, among many others.

If you want to read how plastinated sheep brains interleave with the adult film industry, check out The Story Behind the Story with the defiant and funny Craig Faustus Buck at The Rap Sheet.

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