Mostly whatever my three-year-old is watching. My wife and I are rewatching 30 Rock, which in my estimation is the best show ever.
I’ve been on a Patricia Highsmith kick for the last my entire life. I just finished The Cry of the Owl. Every bit as excellent as her classics.
I also recently read Charlie-316 by Colin Conway and Frank Zafiro. This is a fantastic cop novel with a relentless pace. Loved it.
I saw Knives Out last month, which was a lot of fun. Though in general, I’m not much of a movie person.
All jazz, all the time. Lately it’s been Chick Corea trio’s Akoustic Band and early 2000s Dave Holland, Prime Directive and Not for Nothing.
Beer. Working my way through a Yards sampler pack, one of the benefits of living in Philadelphia.
I’m finding it very cathartic to play through Doom Eternal these days. Nothing like blasting demons to improve my mood.
BIO: Chris Rhatigan is a freelance editor and publisher of All Due Respect Books. He has worked on novels that have gone on to win the Anthony Award, the Independent Publisher Book Award, and The Beverly Hills Book Award. He also runs the crime fiction magazine All Due Respect. He is the author of five novellas and two short story collections. He lives in Philadelphia. Find out more at his website, chrisrhatiganediting.com.