James Queally

James Queally has worked as a crime journalist for the past six years, and he currently wanders around Southern California where he has been knocking on murder suspect’s doors, chasing graffiti artists and arguing with luchadores inside warehouses for the Los Angeles Times. He writes crime fiction because sometimes, facts and attribution aren’t any goddamn fun. His short fiction has appeared online and in print for Shotgun Honey, All Due Respect, Dark Corners and Out Of The Gutter’s Flash Fiction Offensive,.

Stories by James Queally