Category Archives: Adrian McKinty

Melbourne Writers Festival: Adrian McKinty & Australia’s pulp history

The Melbourne Writers Festival is upon us and I’ve got a a few slots in the program I wanted to pull on your coats about. This coming Wednesday, August 27, I’ll be in conversation with crime writer, Adrian McKinty at St Kilda … Continue reading

Mid-year reading report: The Thief, St Kilda Blues, Hanging Devils, In the Morning I’ll Be Gone

My reading has been dominated of late by the need to get through a lot of pulp books and material I need to be across for several upcoming literary festival appearances (all of which I’ll also be discussing here in the … Continue reading

My year in books: Angela Savage

Next up on the ‘my year in books’ series running on this site over December, is crime writer (and my long time partner) Angela Savage. Angela is the author of three highly acclaimed crime novels based in Thailand and featuring … Continue reading

Book review: I Hear the Sirens in the Streets

For a writer who once decried the notion of book series as a tired formula, Adrian McKinty is remarkably good at them. I Hear the Sirens in the Street is the second in a series of three books set during … Continue reading

Orders open for LEE, a fiction anthology inspired by Lee Marvin

A heads up that you can now order LEE, Crime Factory’s anthology inspired by iconic American actor Lee Marvin, from our the site. There’s been a bit of buzz around the traps about LEE and at the risk of sounding … Continue reading