In this interview, LB talks about IN SUNLIGHT OR IN SHADOW

When you spend half a century honing your craft, winning awards and publishing more than 100 books, your oeuvre commands the type of gravitas that can call upon nearly two dozen celebrity authors and not only invite them to consider an unusual literary project, but actually get them to commit to it. So it was with Lawrence Block, a New York author who has been writing crime, mystery and suspense fiction since the late 1950s.

Yet, in an interview with Mountain Times, Block is quick to deflect the credit for luring names such as Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates, Lee Child, Jeffery Deaver and a baker’s dozen of like-authors to submit a short story based on a simple premise — an Edward Hopper painting of his or her choice.

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