Stuart Coupe is a journalist, editor, writer and book reviewer in Australia with fingers in a lot of pies. While a student in Adelaide, Stuart Coupe co-edited the fanzine Roadrunner, an experience that led to further work as a freelance writer. He consolidated his career in the music industry as manager of acts such as the Hoodoo Gurus and Paul Kelly. He has since worked as a promoter, record label director, freelance writer, retailer, editor and author. Coupe's writing on the music industry has appeared regularly in Australian newspapers and magazines.
Twelve adventurous Australian writers respond to the challenge of creating a hybrid crime story. Murder, mayhem and malice intercept with science fiction, fantasy, horror, western, fairy tale and romance writing to create an unholy miasma, the likes of which you have never encountered before.
Expect the unexpected. Prepare for the confrontation. The crime fiction story has been invaded by marauding genres. The boundaries have been blurred. You have been warned. A cross genre crime anthology featuring Australia's best writers of crime playing with genre boundaries. There's some SF, Fantasy, Horror, Magic Realism.
Authors include Garry Disher, Marele Day, Robert Wallace, Jean Bedford, Peter Corris, Terry Dowling, and others.
- Introduction - Stuart Coupe
- The Kid and the Man from Pinkertons - Marele Day
- My Brother Jack - Garry Disher
- Finding Fire - Jean Bedford
- And Then She Kissed Him - Steve Wright
- Voyeur Night - Robert Hood
- Arizona Dawn - Peter Corris
- Blue Groper - Robert Wallace
- The Big Fairy Tale Sleep - Domenic Cadden
- Fear-Me-Now - Terry Dowling
- I Am My Father's Daughter - Bill Congreve
- I Am Dying Egypt, Dying - Kerry Greenwood
- Sensible Shoes - Jan McKemmish
|Review||CROSSTOWN TRAFFIC, edited by Stuart Coupe, Julie Ogden & Robert Hood||
|Wednesday, October 27, 2010|
|Blog||Added to MtTBR - Crosstown Traffic Robert Hood, Spies, Lies & Watching Eyes Melissa Chan and Case Reopened Stuart Coupe||
|Thursday, July 29, 2010|
|Blog||Currently Reading - Crosstown Traffic edited by Stuart Coupe, Julie Ogden & Robert Hood||
|Friday, October 31, 2008|