Category Archives: Garry Disher

My year in books: Karen Chisholm

I’ve very happy to welcome Karen Chisholm as the next contributor to the ‘my year in books’ series I’m running on this site over December. Karen probably does need any introduction for many of you, especially readers in Australia. For … Continue reading

Book review: Bitter Wash Road

Garry Disher has been writing crime fiction for longer than I’ve been reading it. I love his work and think his books are getting better and better. If you want proof, check out his latest novel, Bitter Wash Road. Unlike … Continue reading

Updates: Contrappasso, the noir issue, Garry Disher at the Melbourne Crime & Justice Festival

I’ve recently discovered Contrappasso, a great magazine of international writing and poetry edited by a bunch of folks in Sydney, including some one who has recently become a friend, Matthew Asprey Gear. Pulp Curry readers might be interested to know the … Continue reading

Sixty Minutes with Garry Disher at the Crime & Justice Festival

A quick heads up that I’ll be interviewing Australian crime writing legend Garry Disher at the Reader’s Feast Crime & Justice Festival, on Sunday, November 17. It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of Disher. Have been ever since I … Continue reading

Hard labour at Melbourne’s Crime and Justice Festival

The Reader’s Feast Crime and Justice Festival returns to Melbourne this weekend. The event will be headlined by Scottish crime writer Ian Rankin and there’ll be a number of other interesting crime writers speaking. On Sunday at 4pm, I’ll be chairing a panel, … Continue reading