Unique in its kind in Paris (and the world) our partner the BILIPO, in the Latin Quarter, is a public library devoted entirely to Crime and spy literature.
Check the BILIPO webpage on the portal of Paris Libraries
See also: https://bradspurgeon.com/articles-as-opposed-to-posts/bilipo-the-crime-fiction-library-of-paris/
Programme and registration information for the Noireland festival are now available at https://www.noireland.com/
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International Crime Genre Research Group 7th biennial conference:
Networks and Connections in the Crime Genre
Friday 26 – Saturday 27 May, 2017
National University of Ireland, Galway Continue reading
Crime Fiction in German (ed. Katharina Hall) is the first volume in English to offer a comprehensive overview of German-language crime fiction from its origins in the early nineteenth century to the present day. As well as introducing readers to crime fiction from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the former East Germany, the volume expands the notion of a German crime-writing tradition by investigating Nazi crime fiction, Jewish-German crime fiction, Turkish-German crime fiction and the Afrika-Krimi. Other key areas, including the West German social crime novel, women’s crime writing, regional crime fiction, historical crime fiction and the Fernsehkrimi (TV crime drama) are also explored, highlighting the genre’s distinctive features in German-language contexts.
SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS (Deadline for receipt of abstracts: Monday 30th March, 2015)
Consuming Crime: Consumption, Commodification and Consumerism in Crime Fiction, Film and Television
The Sixth Interdisciplinary Conference of the International Crime Genre Research Network, Ireland
To be held at The University of Limerick, Ireland
Friday 26 – Saturday 27th June, 2015
A few photos from today’s event at 30 Euston Square, London, co-organised by the Visualising European Crime Fiction project and the British Library Labs in the context of the International Data Curation Conference 2015.
Mahendra Mahey (British Library Labs).