At All Due Respect, CJ Edwards has one hell of a debut with "The Peeper." Edwards definitely has the patience of a seasoned veteran -- picking really sharp details and taking his time with each scene. The result is a creepy, sad and realistic vision of a killer.
Thomas Pluck emerged on the crime scene several months ago (or at least that was the first time I saw him) and since then he seems to have a blistering story pop up every week. He's at Powder Burn Flash today with the very satisfying "Black-Eyed Susan."
And I'm at Shotgun Honey today with "Skinny Latte." This story actually sprung from this documentary I saw about advertising geared toward women and the absurdly consistent emphasis on being thin. But I didn't want to get too grim or preachy with this one so I went for funny/disturbing.