Tag Archives: Nick Gadd

Reading 2020

For the past few years, I’ve reflected on my previous year’s reading using Reading Bingo as a framework. But 2020 being the year it was, I’ve decided to go rogue. I was surprised to find I’d read 13 fewer books … Continue reading

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2019 Literary Events In Review

Inspired by a tweet from my friend and fellow author Lee Kofman, I thought I’d tally up my literary events for 2019 in the interests of record keeping. I haven’t included events I attended primarily as part of my day … Continue reading

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Prizes, prizes, prizes

The 2009 Ned Kelly Awards were presented by the Crime Writers Association of Australia on 28 August and I was thrilled to see Nick Gadd win Best First Book for his wonderful novel Ghostlines. I read Ghostlines in preparation for … 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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