Category Archives: Lindy Cameron

SheKilda and women’s crime writing in Australia

It’s when someone asks you to contribute a blog post on the state of female crime writing in Australia from the point of someone watching the industry, that you realise you just don’t read enough. Not nearly enough. That said, … Continue reading

The dying trade? Private investigators in Australian crime fiction

In the 1940s and 50s, some of the biggest names in Australian fiction were authors unknown today. People such as Gordon Clive Bleeck, Carter Brown, Don Haring and KT McCall were the leading lights of a huge local pulp fiction … Continue reading


Redback is a fast paced thriller with a distinct pulp spy fiction feel from one of the newest players on the Australian publishing scene, genre specialists Clan Destine Press. It opens on a small Pacific island, where ex-Australian army commander … Continue reading

Crime Factory Issue 5 is now live

Issue 5 of Crime Factory is now available on the web here. Factory management tell me there’s been a few technical problems with this issue, hence the delay. But the wait has been well worth it. In addition to the … Continue reading