Main Program: Crime Fiction Club



 
29 Oct 2017 13:00 - 14:15
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Writers are readers first, and crime is one of the most well-thumbed genres on bookshelves the world over. We invite Ian Rankin and Jock Serong to share the titles, writers and characters that turned them on to a life of crime, and reveal what keeps them stepping over the crime scene line.

Para penulis awalnya adalah mereka yang gemar membaca, dan genre kriminal adalah salah satu genre paling populer di seluruh dunia. Kami mengundang Ian Rankin dan Jock Serong untuk berbagi judul buku, penulis, dan karakter yang membuat mereka bertiga tergerak untuk menulis cerita kriminal. Juga akan kita dengar apa yang membuat mereka selalu tertarik untuk melangkahi garis batas tempat kejadian perkara.

Featuring

Jock Serong

Jock Serong’s Quota won the 2015 Crime Writing Association of Australia Ned Kelly Award for Best First Novel, while his bestselling The Rules of Backyard Cricket was shortlisted for the …


Michael Williams

Michael Williams is the Director of the Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas in Melbourne. Previous host of ABC Radio National’s Blueprint for Living, he now hosts Talkfest and …


Ian Rankin

Ian Rankin is the bestselling author of the Inspector Rebus and Detective Malcolm Fox novels, as well as a string of standalone thrillers. His books have been translated into 36 …



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