Literary Traveler celebrates the Mystery by talking with the award-winning mystery writer Marianne Wilski Strong. The author of twenty-four mystery short stories, many published in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, Wilski sets most of her stories in Northeastern Pennsylvania, calling upon both the region's anthracite coal history and her own Polish upbringing.
Literary Traveler: How did you decide to become a writer? In particular, why did you choose mystery as your genre?
Marianne Wilski Strong: I have always loved stories...
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