“A skillfully crafted, addictive ride through one of the planet’s most raw and vivid cities. Moore and Calvino define the dark pungent cocktail that is Asian noir.” —Eliot Pattison, author of the Inspector Shan series ............... “It’s abouttime everyone discovered Bangkok PI Vincent Calvino.” —Globe and Mail ............... “Every big city has its fictional detective; and Bangkok’s is Vincent Calvino.” —Bangkok 101 ............... “This series belongs on every Asian crime list.” —Booklist
 
 
 
   Updates: 11 April 2014      
 

Dear Readers,

Last week the question was: Where are you from?

I explored the boundaries that create our identity. This week, I examine the limits of the number of friends anyone of us can maintain, inside and outside those borders.

Most of us participate in some kind of social media. I have a Facebook and Twitter account. I have ‘friends’ on both. What does it mean to have ‘friends’ in the digital world? What are the constraints on finding, grooming, and maintaining this friendship network?

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Readers of The Marriage Tree interested in further information about the Rohingya can find a description of the problem and links to news stories here.
 
         

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Each Friday I blog about a feature of crime writing, publishing, cultural, language, and newsworthy events.

Grooming 150 friends

Everyone has lots of ‘friends’ on social media. Some people you’ve never heard of have millions of followers on Twitter. How can anyone have that many followers as friends. They aren’t really friends. Internet followers are a new and different category of relationships. Before going high-tech, some context is useful to understanding the limitations we all face in accumulating friends. I have under a thousand ‘friends’ on Facebook, and I follow 23 people on Twitter. That’s a large spread and I want to come back to the idea of the maximum carrying weight for ‘friends.’

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Literary Awards


Asia Hand, the second book in the Vincent Calvino private eye series, had won the Shamus Award in the Best Paperback Original category for the Shamus Awards. The Shamus Awards are sponsored annually by the Private Eye Writers of America.

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Reunion has also been translated into German and into French under the title: Retrouvailles.

 

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