Writing Incognito with Naben Ruthman in conversation with David Worsley
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Literary author and journalist Naben Ruthman goes undercover as thriller writer Nathan Ripley for his debut, Find You in the Dark. Join Words Worth Books owner and thriller aficionado David Worsley for a discussion on the appeal of writing about serial killers from a writer who also penned Curry: Eating, Reading and Race.
Nathan Ripley is the pen name of literary fiction writer and journalist Naben Ruthnum. His stories and essays have appeared in The Walrus, Hazlitt, Sight & Sound, and Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, among other places. He lives in Toronto.
David Worsley became co-owner of Words Worth Books in 2011, after managing the bookstore for 12 years. In 2006 he won the prestigious Hand-Selling Award from HarperCollins Canada. Dave is currently an editor at The New Quarterly and sits on their Wild Writers Festival program committee. He has also volunteered with the CKWR FM Monday with the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council, and facilitates speaker and lecturer events, including a men’s only book club, at Words Worth Books. David has over 25 years experience in the book industry and is an exceptional recommender of mystery and crime titles.