Denise Mina is an award-winning Scottish crime writer, playwright and comic book author, and this year joined us for a panel discussion joins us on the pod for a fascinating discussion exploring genre, the notion of high and low art and the power of crime fiction to explore progressive politics.
Steph McKenna is asking the questions. Hosted by Simon Jones, who is getting excited about NaNoWriMo.
Earlier this year, Denise was selected by National Centre for Writing patron Elif Shafak as one of ten brilliant women writers in the UK. Find out more about the International Literature Showcase here >>
Paul Willetts, the critically acclaimed author of King Con and Rendezvous at the Russian Tea Rooms, recommends six essential true crime reads for readers and writers.Read more ⟶
Internationally acclaimed writer Megan Abbott ('A legend for good reason' – The Washington Post) will deliver the 2021 Noirwich Crime Writing Festival Lecture, it has been revealed today.Read more ⟶
Arts Council England
Norwich City Council
The Crime Vault
Norfolk county council