On the weekend between Friday the 16th and Sunday the 18th of March I'll be present at this year's Krimimesse in Horsens. It's one of my absolute favourite festivals, not only because it's hosted in one of my favourite countries in the world - Denmark - but also because the festival itself is such a great one. It's held in an old prison, so the setting couldn't be more perfect. It's my third time at the festival, and I can't wait to meet old friends and make some new ones.
On the Saturday I will be talking about main characters and whether having one is a freedom or a stray jacket. On the panel with me is the lovely Elsebeth Egholm and the wonderfully talented Morten Hesseldahl.
The next day the audience is in for an all Norwegian treat, as I'll discuss how we use our former professional lives in our writing, together with Torkil Damhaug and Jørn Lier Horst. Should be an interesting panel.