The website for Suspense drips with blood – on the logo, splashed across tab titles, pooling in the paragraphs of short fiction and nonfiction. In 2007, John and Shannon Raab launched the magazine to showcase emerging writers and share craft advice from established authors. Even each issue’s “From the Editor” column offers lessons on how to keep readers engaged. In the May 2015 issue, John writes about what writers can learn from successful movie and TV show endings, or what he calls “the next day’s conversation piece.
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