It is with considerable pleasure that I report that I have now been published, in the current (March) issue of Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. The magazine has a feature called "Mystery Classic," and I was invited to choose a classic short story and to write an introduction to it. The story is "Red Dot," by Samuel Hopkins Adams, featuring "Average" Jones, who investigates fraudulent or misleading advertisements. Adams himself was a journalistic "muckraker," and he was a driving force behind the establishment of the agency that eventually became the Food and Drug Administration. "Average" Jones's exploits appeared in book form in 1911. For full details, please check out my intro and "Red Dot" in AHMM.