Posted on: 31st January, 2014
Posted on: 27th February, 2013
From a taste for Nordic noir immortalised in The Killing to Sophie Hannah’s best-selling psychological crime novels, our appetite for crime stories is greater than ever. But what is ‘literary crime fiction’? And what distinguishes it from ordinary crime fiction? To discuss this and to illuminate her path to publication we are delighted to announce that alumna Martie De Villiers will be joining us for a special crime writing event on 20 March. Last year Martie signed a two book deal with Harvill Secker for her crime novels, the first of which, City of Blood, will be published this spring.
Please note this is a FREE event. Spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis.
For more information please visit City University London website.
Great to see youth homelessness charity @Accumulate_Ldn's 'Decay' zine in @CreativeReview's #GoodReads round-up! Our 2nd year #graphicdesign students worked with the charity to present a collection of ‘words, images + thoughts by people affected by homelessness’ @rv_grphcdsgn twitter.com/Accumulate_Ldn…