27 October 2009 0 Comments

That’s my boy

I started to feel recently that my bio on www.mattbeynonrees.com was a bit over-serious. First of all, it was in the third person. I honestly never refer to myself in the third person (except when I’m shopping and I ask my wife “Would Matt Beynon Rees wear a shirt in this shade of pink?”) Then […]

16 October 2009 1 Comment

Affable and trim

The last couple of articles about me and my books focus on the fact that I’m rather happy. In this month’s Hadassah Magazine, I’m “affable and trim.” High school friends reading this on Facebook may wonder where the affability was back then… Profile: Hadassah Magazine October 2009 Matt Beynon Rees By Leora Eren Frucht Only […]

10 September 2009 1 Comment

Scared away

Here’s my latest post on the International Crime Authors Reality Check blog: I keep finding new reasons why I write my novels about the Palestinians. Usually these reasons have nothing to do with the Palestinians. Here’s the one that may be the deepest, the one I’ve known about for a while, but have only recently […]

26 August 2009 5 Comments

My bogus bio

Here’s my latest post on the International Crime Authors Reality Check blog: Since you’re reading this, you don’t care who I am. So I can be anyone I like. At least, that’s what somebody wrote here recently. I posted on this blog a couple of weeks ago about Dashiell Hammett. I noted that, while a […]

5 August 2009 2 Comments

The Last Man in London

Here’s my latest post on the International Crime Authors Reality Check blog: During my teens, my family lived in a house in Addington, at the very farthest reach of South London. At the bottom of the hill, the road made its final exit from London. Not quite wide enough for two cars, it traveled onto […]