Tag Archives: Garry Disher

Summer reading

The Half-Child has gone electric, the eBook version released just in time for Christmas. You can buy it at Kobo Books or through Borders. A Kindle version will follow in a few months. Don’t you love that I sound like … Continue reading

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Finals fever, aches & pains

During our interview at the Crime and Justice Festival, Garry Disher suggested his reputation as a SNAG (Sensitive New Age Guy) might be accounted for by his complete lack of interest in AFL football. A week or so later, I … Continue reading

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Crime & Justice Festival 2010 wrap-up 2

I had the pleasure of interviewing Garry Disher, aka ‘The Master’, in my second session at the Crime and Justice Festival 2010. Truth be told, I asked for this gig. I’ve never read a Garry Disher novel I didn’t like … Continue reading

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Questions for Garry Disher

I’m delighted to have been given the task of interviewing Garry Disher at next month’s Crime and Justice Festival at the Abbotsford Convent, at 2 pm on Sat 17 July in The Refectory entitled ‘Garry Disher – A Master at … Continue reading

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Crime & Justice Festival de-brief 2009

I enjoyed the 2009 Crime & Justice Festival even more than last year’s. The crowds were bigger, the venue warmer, and it helped not being jet-lagged for the duration. I was facilitating panels rather than being a panelist this year, … Continue reading

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Crime & Justice Festival Program 2009

The program for this year’s Crime & Justice festival at the Abbotsford Convent has just been released. I’ll be chairing two panels on Sunday 19 July. The first is at 10am in The Community Room under the heading “Location, Location – … Continue reading

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