Six years after "In Search of the Blue Tiger" was published it's nice to be asked to discuss it as guest author at a Book Club in Windsor, Melbourne on 18th March.
Inspired by Max Ferguson's painting "Popcorn" (2015) my latest novel (in draft form ) is a psychological thriller/detective story set in San Francisco.
Happy to see that "Lulu In New York and Other Tales" (published in USA and UK) is now available in Australia at Dymocks Stores and on line:
A thoughtful review by philosopher and critic, Owen Richardson, in The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald, who really understood what I was aiming to achieve in 'Tell It To Te Dog"::
To be asked to select a defining year is challenging. especially one that ties in with my most recent book Tell it To The Dog. I chose 1985 as this was when I first became involved in the HIV epidemic. Little was I to know that this would lead to 32 years (and counting) in international public health. That journey would take me to all corners of the globe and provide many insights and incidences to be recounted in Tell it To The Dog.
You can listen to the podcast on the Sunday Extra webpage at:
My collaboration with Max Ferguson, "Lulu in New York and Other Tales", was successfully launched, first at the iconic Strand Books in Manhattan and the following week at Waterstones Piccadilly in London. A video of the Strand event is available on the bookshop's website and on YouTube. A short film of the Waterstones event will soon be uploaded to YouTube. The book is now available in bookstores, on Amazon, as well as directly from the publisher, Unicorn Press.
Nice review in the FineArt Connoisseur Magazine ahead of the New York launch:
Thoughts on upcoming events, new book ideas, and the agonies and ecstasies of the creative process.