About

Mystery Tribune is a cut above—unique, stylish, beautiful. 

The truth of that will be obvious even before you’ve peeled back the cover.

<p class="tipi-center inherit-fs-on" style="font-size: 14px"><strong><em>Reed Farrel Coleman, NY Times Bestselling author of What You Break</em></strong></p>

In our view, mystery is not limited to reading but can be a multi-sensory experience. It encompasses many artistic products such as photography, film, music and comics.

Our aim is to excite and inspire our readers by showcasing the finest examples of such artistic work via publishing daily articles as well as print and digital issues.

With the firm belief that “behind extraordinary mystery books or pieces of art, there are extraordinary people”, we search the globe to bring you the most captivating work from both established authors and creatives as well as emerging talents.

From the works of legends and enduring voices

…To an oasis of good writings and perspectives.

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Publisher and Managing Editor

Ehsan Ehsani

Associate Editor

Fanny Kellerman

Cover Illustration

Gosia Herba

Design and Art Direction

Leo Lipsnis

Subscriptions and Advertising 

Rachel Kester

IT Manager

Jack Rodriguez

Contributors

Bill Soldan, Paul Heatley, Teresa Sweeney, Dan Fiore, Tai Matsumoto, Emily Balistrieri, Lynne Barrett, Nick Kolakowski, Rosemary Johnsen, Kat Hall, Elena Avanzas Álvarez, David Joy, Tom Andes, Angelika Kasalia, Yann Gilquin, Sergey Ishkov, Claudia Hantschel, Luca Garello

 

Advertising

We work closely with growing group of partners who share our vision. The support of these companies has helped Mystery Tribune become a desired destination for mystery readers and we’re indebted to their generosity.

For information on how to become a partner, advertising rates and other promotional opportunities, please contact us.

 

Submissions

All submissions must be in English and previously unpublished. Translations are acceptable and should be accompanied by a copy of the original text. Simultaneous submissions are also acceptable as long as we are notified immediately if the manuscript is accepted for publication elsewhere.

We strongly suggest to all who submit that they read the most recent issues of Mystery Tribune to acquaint themselves with material the magazine has published. Subscriptions and copies are available here.

For submissions to MysteryTribune, please visit our submission section.