Crimespree Magazine 18

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Founded in 2004, Crimespree is an award-winning print magazine that covers all aspects of crime fiction, including books, movies, DVDs, comics and more.

Country of Publication & Year Established

United States Established in 2004


Open to a broad Audience.

Publication Medium & Frequency

Print Publication Print PublicationUnknown publication frequency.

Nonfiction Believed Defunct

Open to all/most Styles, including: Critical, Mainstream.
Open to all/most Topics, including: Film/Television (Theory/Analysis/Criticism, See guidelines), Literature/Books (Theory/Analysis/Criticism, See guidelines), Society/Culture (Crime).
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Last Updated: 23 Sep 2019
Date Added: 29 Apr 2006

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