Erik Arneson


Fortune by Erik Arneson
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fiction Comic, Suspense
For readers of:Duane Swierczynski, Ed Brubaker, Jon McGoran, Johnny Shaw, Joe Clifford
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Print Length27 pages
Publication Date24 September 2014
About the Book

FORTUNE introduces two hard-working entrepreneurs in the field of recycling used cooking oil (let’s just call it what it is: grease). The only problem? They don’t have the permission of the restaurants where they’re getting the grease...

Written by Erik Arneson with art by Dillon Samuelson, FORTUNE is based on a short story of the same title that was published by Shotgun Honey and included in Otto Penzler’s Kwik Krimes anthology.

This special NoiseTrade edition of FORTUNE includes the complete 12-page full-color comic, four pages of Dillon’s black-and-white sketches, Erik’s comic script, and the original short story. All told, it’s 27 pages of greasy goodness.

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About the Author

Erik Arneson writes crime fiction. His stories have appeared in the anthologies Kwik Krimes, Shotgun Honey Reloaded: Both Barrels Vol. 2 and Off the Record 2: At the Movies; in the magazines NEEDLE: A Magazine of Noir, GRIFT, and Mary Higgins Clark Mystery Magazine; and on the websites Shotgun Honey, Out of the Gutter Online, BEAT to a PULP, and Near to the Knuckle. He hosts the Title 18: Word Crimes podcast and is an editor for Shotgun Honey.

Dillon Samuelson is a fine artist and freelance illustrator from central Pennsylvania.

Scott Detrow is a former public radio reporter at KQED in Sacramento, California, and WITF in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He now covers the EPA for ClimateWire.

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