award-winning Vancouver crime writer

"How a Rough Childhood in Vancouver Inspired One of America's Greatest Crime Novelists" in Montecristo 2023 (online here)

"The Vancouver-Born War Hero Who Became a Scotsman in Space" in Montecristo (online here)

"Two 1970s Genre-Bending Western Movies Have Roots in British Columbia" in Montecristo (2022 online here)

"The Vancouver-Shot Kung Fu Hip Hop Film That Was (Almost) a Cultural Sensation" in Montecristo (2022 online here)

"The Private Eye as Family Man" in Crimereads/LitHub (2022 online here)

"25-Years Ago, a Vancouver-Shot Movie Broke Jackie Chan into Hollywood Stardom" in Montecristo (2021)

"Secrets of Riverview: How a Century-Old Vancouver Mental Hospital Became a Film Industry Hot Spot" in Montecristo (2021)

“8 Million Ways to Die: An Autopsy of the Great L.A. Noir that Never Was.” Bright Lights  (2019)

“Diversity in Crime Writing.”  Quill & Quire, (2018)


"Expect No Mercy: Crime Fiction and Gentrification" Crime Reads (2018)
Reprinted in The Tyee

"Crime Fiction in the Age of Trump: Five Top Novelists Weigh in on the Challenge of Writing Crime Fiction in 2018," published in Criminal Element (2018)


"Top Ten Vancouver Crime Novels" published in The Strand (2017)

"Reviewing the Evidence: Top Crime Novels of 2016" in The National Post  (2016)


"Sam Wiebe Talks Music" in Crimespree  (2017)

"Morality and Corruption in Sidney Lumet's Cop Quartet," in Bright Lights (2016)

Various posts for the popular crime fiction blogs
Seven Criminal Minds and Off the Cuff