Cambodia Noir with Nick Seeley


BWF Member $12
Under 30 $14
Concession $15
Adult $17

Nick Seeley’s electric debut novel hurtles through Phnom Penh in a haze of drugs, booze and mystery. Join him in conversation about writing noir and exploring Cambodia’s dark corners.


Sunday 11 September 2016

Duration 1 hour

GOMA Cinema B

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GOMA Cinema B

Stanley Pl, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

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Nick Seeley

Nick Seeley

Nick Seeley is an international journalist who got his start in Cambodia, and has spent more than a decade reporting from the Middle East. He is the author of the nonfiction Kindle Single A Syrian Wedding, about life in a refugee camp in Jordan, and the novel Cambodia Noir. Originally from Fairfax, Virginia, Seeley studied theatre before going into journalism, and has written numerous plays and screenplays, appeared in small roles in several films, and run a small non-profit theatre company in Amman. He currently lives in permanent transit.

Lea Dodd

Lea Dodd

Lea Dodd is a Brisbane-based writer and doctoral researcher. She serves as the Vice Chair of the Queensland Writers Centre management committee and is an appointed mentor for emerging crime writers. Under the pen name of Lea Scott, she has published three crime novels, The Ned Kelly Game (2009), Eclipsed (2010) and One for All (2013) and has facilitated writing workshops throughout Queensland.