Hanging on the Telephone Podcast

A conversation with author Steve Miller about True Crime writing (ep. 8)

November 08, 2020 Rich Tupica Season 1 Episode 7
Hanging on the Telephone Podcast
A conversation with author Steve Miller about True Crime writing (ep. 8)
Show Notes

Interested in becoming a true crime writer? Host Rich Tupica chats with award winning reporter and author Steve Miller about his long career in true crime writing and investigative journalism. Listen on to hear some of his valuable book writing tips. Aside from countless bylines at various newspapers across the country,  he's also penned these acclaimed true crime books:

  1. A Slaying in the Suburbs: The Tara Grant Murder (2009, Penguin/Berkley)
  2. Girl, Wanted: The Chase for Sarah Pender (2011, Penguin/Berkley)
  3. Nobody's Women: The Crimes and Victims of Anthony Sowell, the Cleveland Serial Killer (2012, Penguin/Berkley)
  4. Murder in Grosse Pointe Park: Privilege, Adultery, and the Killing of Jane Bashara (2015, Penguin/Berkley)

So, check out all of Steve's books (Note: he's also written some terrific music titles), and listen to this full episode to hear how real, fact-based reporting is done.