Category Archives: Christopher G Moore

Crime Factory issue 15 is live

Issue 15 of the award winning magazine Crime Factory is hot off the digital press and ready for you to feast your eyeballs on. As usual, the magazine is full of great content, including my interview with the long time … Continue reading

Book review: Missing in Rangoon

For¬†well over twenty years Canadian lawyer turned crime writer Christopher G Moore has chronicled change in Thailand and the surrounding region through the character of Bangkok-based American private investigator, Vincent Calvino. Moore has penned thirteen Calvino books. Most of them … Continue reading

Writing noir fiction in Asia

Late last week in Phnom Penh a book was launched that I’m very proud to have a story in. It’s called Phnom Penh Noir, an anthology of 14 noir stories set in Cambodia. Amongst the authors are Roland Joffe, the … Continue reading

The Next Big Thing

Call me old fashioned, but I only just found out what an Internet meem is the other day when I was tagged to take part in the ‘Next Big Thing’. A meme is something that spreads via the Internet. In … Continue reading

Launch of Crime Factory’s Hard Labour anthology and other crime writing news

There’s a hell of a lot going on crime writing wise for me at the moment. In addition to the launch of my debut novel, Ghost Money, I have several pieces of short fiction coming out.¬†Things are also busy in … Continue reading