Author Archives: Andrew Nette

Pulp Friday: Shake Him Till He Rattles

Drifting between a very cool girl and a very warm one… A funky nighttime love story, so vivid you can taste it, hear it, feel it… Today’s Pulp Friday is a story of sexual jealously, drug use, lost opportunities and jazz, … Continue reading

Adventures in noir land

It has been a while since I’ve posted here on Pulp Curry. This is because I’ve spent the last few weeks travelling in the US. I spent time in New York and Washington DC. I also visited the City of … Continue reading

Policing Melbourne’s TV mean streets: Homicide at 50

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It’s been a day for nostalgia. Foremost I’ve been thinking about the passing of Australia’s great reforming Labor Prime Minister, Gough Whitlam, who died this morning at the age of 98. But I’ve also been giving a lot of consideration lately … Continue reading

Kinda Hot: the making of Peter Bogdanovich’s Saint Jack

Towards the end of Kinda Hot: The Making of Saint Jack in Singapore, Peter Bogdanovich tells the book’s author Ben Slater: “Some of the best things are things that just happen once and then don’t happen again. They just don’t. Now … Continue reading

Crime Factory Publications launches new novella, Freight

A quick heads up that Crime Factory Publications, Melbourne’s only dedicated crime fiction publisher, will launch its latest ‘Single Shot’ novella, Freight, by Ed Kurtz, at Loop Bar, 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne, Monday October 13, from 8pm Freight a hardboiled heist story set … Continue reading