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.
Our latest podcast features Duncan Campbell, Jane Corry and Kate Rhodes discussing their approach to research and where fact meets fiction.
Take a journey back to Noirwich 2016 with this new podcast episode featuring Don Bartlett, Anja de Jager, Nadia Dalbuono and hosted by Barry Forshaw: Continue reading
Leading expert on British and European crime fiction, Barry Forshaw chairs a discussion on Britain’s love of crime writing, how dynamic and diverse the genre is, and why the UK provides such bloody backdrops. He’s joined by Angela Clarke, Steve Mosby and Dreda Say Mitchell – three of the best crime writers in the UK today.
In this Noirwich Crime Writing Festival 2016 panel, three shining stars of the genre peel back the veneer of domestic bliss to reveal the dangerous underbelly of families, relationships and home lives.
Ian Rankin spoke to Henry Sutton at the University of East Anglia as part of Noirwich Crime Writing Festival 2016, a celebration of crime fiction. He discusses the influence of Edinburgh and music on his writing and the experience of ageing detective John Rebus over the last 30 years.
The first in our series of Noirwich Crime Writing Festival 2016 podcasts is from our opening night event with Peter James, 2016 CWA Diamond Dagger winner and author of the detective Roy Grace series.