William L. Gibson is based in Jakarta. His novel Singapore Yellow, the second in a trilogy of hard-boiled crime novels set in 1890s Malaya, was published in 2015 by Monsoon Books. Singapore Red, the final installment, is due this summer. Albums from William's experimental sound project, Third World Skull Candy, are available from BitPulse Records. He is currently researching and writing a biography of French writer and photographer Alfred Raquez. Learn more at www.williamlgibson.com.
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Treading the lines between journalist and academic, travel writer and scholar, author Tim Hannigan talks about his latest book and his unorthodox approach to writing historical narratives.