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Writers Return With True-to-life Fiction - L.A. Times, July 9, 2005

Making it Personal - L.A. Times, July 3, 2005

Literary Landscapes - Deadly Homes and Gardens - Special to the L.A. Times

Paula on Walter Mosley

Read Paula's essay, Murder to a Motown Beat in Mystery Readers Journal

Skin Deep In Crime, on GuardianUnlimited.com

It's Black, White—And Noir. Crime writers are taking a hardboiled look at race , Newsweek, June 24, 2003

African American Oscar Victories, audio interview on KCRW.org. After years of being underutilized and unrecognized, last night was a big night for African-American actors. Denzel Washington became the second to win best actor, Halle Berry became the first to win best actress, and pioneer Sidney Poitier received a special Oscar for lifetime achievement. Paula Woods, who has written about the frustration of black actors in Hollywood, talks about last night's historic Oscars.

The Book Show, videotaped TV interview with Paula about Inner City Blues

Stormy Weather Q & A With Paula Woods

Casa Mysterioso Interview, on CasaMysterioso.com

Sifting Through L.A.'s Shadows, Los Angeles Times

A Mastery of Mystery ?Dallas Morning News

Noir Wave
?Los Angeles Times

A Darker Shade of Noir
?New Times Los Angeles

Creating Poetic Justice
?San Francisco Examiner

Paula Woods Adds Justice to Mystery Writers Convention Held in Milwaukee
?BookLovers Literary Magazine

A Conversation with Paula L. Woods and Felix H. Liddell about MERRY CHRISTMAS BABY
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