David Whish-Wilson is a crime writer who lives in Fremantle. He chats to Victoria Laurie about his latest book, True West, which offers a frightening look into the criminal margins of society.
David Whish-Wilson was born in Newcastle, NSW, but grew up in Singapore, Victoria and WA. He left Australia aged 18 to live for a decade in Europe, Africa and Asia. He is the author of The Summons, The Coves and three crime novels in the Frank Swann series: Line of Sight, Zero at the Bone and Old Scores. His non-fiction book, Perth, part of the NewSouth Books city series, was shortlisted for a WA Premier’s Book Award. He now lives in Fremantle and coordinates the creative writing program at Curtin University.
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23 Feb 12.30pm