Events

Talks


My 16th July 2019 FCCT Talk on Rooms: On Human Domestication and Submission with James Newman is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iecitqyfgy0

 

Speaker, Rooms, Mobility, and Domestication, Foreign Correspondents Club Thailand, 10th July 2019

Speaker, Writing novels and non-fiction in Southeast Asia, Meet Canadian Authors in Thailand 9th May 2019

 

Speaker, The Creativity Experience: What's Under Your Hat? with William Wait at the CheckInn99 11th December 2018

Videos and Podcast

​Christopher G. Moore Literary Festivals

2003 Vancouver: I was invited to participate at International Writers & Readers Festival and I was a speaker on a couple of panels. I was in Canada promoting my novel Waiting for The Lady, which had been published by a small press in British Columbia.

2007 Gijon, Spain: I was an invited international guest to the 2007 Semana Negra Literary Festival in Gijon, Spain. The Spanish edition of my novel Zero Hour in Phnom Penh won Premier Book Award for Samana Negra 2007.

Background of the 2007 Semana Negra Literary Festival may be found here.

2009 Indianapolis Boucheron: I attended the Bouchercon2009 World Mystery Convention in Indianapolis 15th through 18th October. I participated on a panel: "MURDER AT THE EDGE OF THE MAP" The moderator was Leighton Gage and the other panelists are Tamar Myers, Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, and Michael Stanley.

2010 San Franciso Booucheron: In 2010 I attended Bouchercon in San Francisco and participated on the panel: “Crime Fiction from Overseas.” Led by Peter Rozovsky, and featuring Icelandic author Yrsa Sigurðardóttir, Christopher G. Moore (a Canadian who lives in Southeast Asia and spins out the Vincent Calvino private-eye series), and the charming Stanley Trollip and Michael Sears (who together write Africa-set mysteries under the joint byline “Michael Stanley”), this exchange highlighted terrific tales of criminality originating from beyond the U.S. and UK mainlands--works that teach readers about foreign cultures at the same time as they entertain.

2011 Bangkok Literary Festival. I was a feature speaker at the first Bangkok Literary Festival. The Bangkok Literary festival was organized by the Neilson Hays library, the day provided a chance to mingle with fellow writers and readers and to hear a range of informative talks about all aspects of writing and participate in writing workshops.

2012 Buenos Aires, Argentina BAN! I was the featured International guest at BAN! Buenos Aires Negra. I Festival Internacional de Novela Policial. 2012 was the start of what has become a highly successful crime/noir festival in Argentina. I participated on several panels and gave talks at local universities. Link: http://vimeo.com/49078447

 

2016 Bangkok Edge Festival: I was a featured speaker along side John Burdett on a panel where we discussed crime fiction and noir at the first Bangkok Edge Festival. The Festival drew over 20,000 people in February 2016. Jim Algie interviewed us and you can find our full discussion on YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwA14pijIko

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