This is a pre-recorded session with no live Q&A.
Writers / Presenters
Audrey Chin, a Southeast Asian, is interested in the spaces where faith and culture intersect. Her writing has been published in Singapore, India, the UK, and the US. She has been shortlisted thrice for the Singapore Literature Prize and is a Fellow of the 2017 International Writers Programme in Iowa.
Håkan has written around 35 novels, ranging from crime to literary. His works have been published in about 35 countries, and have sold around 20 million copies worldwide. A former school teacher, he started his career as an author in the late 80s. Today, at 71 years of age, he remains a tall and friendly chap, who is generally known as the philosopher amongst Swedish crime fiction writers.
Blake Crouch is the author of numerous best-selling novels, including Dark Matter, Recursion, and the Wayward Pines trilogy, which was a television series for FOX starring Matt Dillon. He also created the TV series Good Behavior based on his Letty Dobesh stories for TNT. Blake lives in Colorado.
Jon Gresham is the author of We Rose Up Slowly (Math Paper Press, 2015) and co-editor of In This Desert There Were Seeds (Ethos Books and Margaret River Press, 2019). His writing has appeared in publications including Best New Singaporean Short Stories Volume 5 (Epigram Books, 2021). His story 'The Visit' was shortlisted for the 2020 Short Fiction/Essex University Prize. He helps run the Asia Creative Writing Programme, a collaboration funded by the National Arts Council and Nanyang Technological University.