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Author's interviews:

The Diplomat 2016, Bangkok Noir: Crime Fiction in the City of Angels NEW
City Life, Chiang Mai, 2014 Bangkok Noir: An Interview with Author Christopher G. Moore NEW
Vincent Calvino – The Bangkok, Thailand Based P.I. Created by Christopher G. Moore, April 11, 2012
Hardboiled Bangkok
Traversing, June, 2011
Bangkok Post: Tales needing telling, June, 2011
Bangkok’s Multiple Personalities: Christopher G. Moore’s “Vincent Calvino” Novels, August, 2010
Sawasdee Magazine interview, April 21, 2009
Q & A with Matt Beynon Rees, April 19, 2009
Creative Living 8: Christopher G. Moore, February 28, 2009
Christopher G Moore, the Granddaddy of Bangkok Novelists Stickman Interview, November 30, 2008
Son of Spade Interview, August 20, 2008
Crime fiction: Around the World in 80 sleuths, July 22, 2008
Vincent Calvino as 1 of 100 eyes of the Mystery Scene Era, August 1, 2007
Living in Thailand, November 2006
Metro Magazine, November 2005
Bangkok Post, October 7, 2005
The Japan Times, July 18, 2004
Books in Canada - March 2004
The Globe and Mail
Ibiza-Bangkok author interview
Business-in-Asia.com exclusive interview
Stickman interview

Author's profiles:

 January Magazine by Kevin Burton Smith
Cut off in time and space, Macleans, April 2004
Pattaya People July 2004
Pattaya People June 2004
The 2004 German Critics Award for Crime Fiction (Deutscher Krimipreis 2004)
Pattaya New
Newsweek- Nov 10, 2003 (pdf)
Vancouver Sun - Feb 23, 2002 (pdf)
The Georgia Straight
Farang Magazine profile
Moore not Less
Hard Stories, Heart Talk

The Globe and Mail - October 25, 2003 (969 KB)
The Georgia Straight October 16-23, 2003 (1,700 KB)
Guide to Bangkok May 2003 (1,836 KB)
Bangkok Post_December 15, 2002 (335 KB)
The Nation_June 30,2002 (1,269 KB)
CrimePay(CGM)_FarangMagz_May_Jun 2002 (468 KB)
Minor Wife_Pattaya Mail_March 24,2002 (323 KB)
Minor Wife_Bangkok Post_Feb 1,2002 (317 KB)
The New Brunswick Reader_Mar 10, 2001(1,173 KB)
BangkokTimeOut_February 2001(1,656 KB)
FCCTmagazine_2nd Quarter2000 (800 KB)
The Nation_Dec 10, 2000 (238 KB)
The Big Chilli_Nov 2000 (1694 KB)

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Memory ManifestoMemory Manifesto

Memory Manifesto’s 35 short chapters reveal Christopher G. Moore’s personal map of the Cambodia labyrinth. Moore worked as journalist, novelist, and essayist which took him through T-3 prison, Khmer Rouge minefields, border refugee camps in the company of activists, artists, film makers, musicians, writers and unsavory characters. The overall effect is a powerful vision of one writer’s memory shaped by the forces of myth-making, illusions, history and imagination. More>>


Calvino investigates the death of a friend, a Canadian painter. The medical examiner finds the young man has ingested an exit drug, and the police verdict of suicide seems justified. But in Bangkok appearances have a habit of deceiving. Sometimes jumpers are given a leg up in their leap to the next life. Fingering the helper can be a risky business, and for Calvino this promises to be one of those times. More>>


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