In the Parlour with the Lead Pipe - Crime Late Night Reading
Get gritty and grueseome with some of the festival's most dangerous writers. Late night stories filled with lawlessness - from arson to assault, burglary to blackmail.
Robert F. Coleman
Robert F. Coleman is Editorial Director and co-owner of The Thousands. He has written for The New York Times Magazine, Le Monde, The Age and Island. Robert is putting the finishing touches on his debut book, 'The Berlin Album'.Read More
Candice Fox hails from Sydney's western and currently lectures in writing at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney, while undertaking a PhD in literary censorship and terrorism. Hades is her first novel, and she is currently working on its sequel.Read More
Amy Gray is a writer, op-ed columnist and failed hikikomorist from Melbourne, Australia. Her work has appeared in the Age, Sydney Morning Herald, Guardian, SBS, ABC, Lifted Brow and Kings Tribune and other places who will pay her in cigarettes.Read More
James Farrell is the Director of the Queensland Association of Independent Legal Service and chairperson of the Queensland Legal Assistance Forum. He's on the editorial board of the Alternative Law Journal, and is a fellow of the Centre for Rural Regional Law ...Read More