Janyce Stefan-Cole is the author of two novels, THE DETECTIVE'S GARDEN and HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD (Unbridled Books). Short fiction, essay, review or interview have appeared in: The Adirondack Review, Sandstorm Journal of Arts and Lettters, Rattapallax, The Broadkill Review, The Laurel Review, Pank, Fiction Writers Review, The Open Space Issue 21: Things That Matter. A story, "Conversation With a Tree", won the Eco-lit prize Knock Magazine and was re-published in the anthology, Being Human: Call of the Wild, Editions Bibliotekos. Other publications: the anthology, The Healing Muse: Journal of Literary & Visual Arts, SUNY Upstate Medical University Center for Bioethics and Humanities, American Book Review, and the Boston Globe bestselling anthology, Dick For A Day, Villard Books. Visiting novelist, Texas University The Permian Basin.
Press and Media Mentions
- • “Stefan-Cole has produced a parable that's less a detective story than a story about a detective—dreamlike, ruminative, and filled with questions impossible to answer." Kirkus Reviews • “The Detective’s Garden is an engrossing journey into one man’s heart.” –Foreword Reviews • “Crime fans can delight in mulling over all the angles with Emil as the plot spirals toward a truly surprising revelation.” -Publishers Weekly
- RedCube Productions Short: Hollywood Boulevard, featuring Mark Boone Junior and Susan Jeimes