Writers’ Centre Norwich Young Ambassador Ruby Pinner attend the Nasty Women panel at the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival 2017. Ruby attends Hellesdon High School.
To celebrate the hotly anticipated release of Murder On The Orient Express in cinemas this November, Twentieth Century Fox have teamed up with CluedUpp to give you the chance to solve a city-wide murder mystery of your own – and we’re offering a free team ticket!
Writers’ Centre Norwich Young Ambassador Hannah Richmond reviews our debut authors panel at Noirwich Crime Writing Festival 2017. Hannah attends the City of Norwich School.
The Noirwich Crime Writing Festival was thrilled to welcome Anthony Horowitz back to Norwich for the release of his latest crime novel, The Word is Murder. Dan Struthers from Concrete, UEA’s independent student newspaper, reviews the event.
Here’s an exclusive new interview with Ian Rankin, who we talked to during Noirwich 2016.
This year’s crime writing exhibition from the British Archive for Contemporary Writing reveals the intricate planning behind some of our greatest contemporary crime novels, with material from Val McDermid, Stuart MacBride and Robert Edric – author of a crime trilogy set in Hull, this year’s City of Culture.
Here, UEA archivist Justine Mann, introduces her personal highlights.
Nick Quantrill is the author of the Joe Geraghty trilogy – Broken Dreams (2010), The Late Greats (2012) and The Crooked Beat (2013) – in addition to Bang Bang You’re Dead (2012) and The Dead Can’t Talk (2016). He lives in Hull.
There’s something about places next to water which gives them a different resonance. Whether that’s through geography and landscape, or the often transient nature of populations and goods, dark thoughts and deeds often come to the fore. They’re different in feel and tone, and that makes them fertile ground for crime writers.
Cathi Unsworth is journalist, editor and one of England’s best-known crime writers. Here, she tells the story of the creation of Derek Raymond’s novel I Was Dora Suarez, and the journey that led to its unique musical interpretation with the Terry Edwards band.
Hear Abir Mukherjee, A.A.Dhand and Michelle Davies discuss the secrets behind finding inspiration, planning and writing a debut novel, getting an agent and how they got their big breaks. Part of the Noirwich Crime Writing Festival 2016.