Andrez Bergen is an expat Australian writer, journalist, DJ, photographer, artist, and ad hoc saké connoisseur who's been entrenched in Tokyo, Japan, for the past 15 years.
He published noir/sci-fi novel 'Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat' in 2011, surreal, Japanese culture-based fantasy 'One Hundred Years of Vicissitude' in 2012, comic book/noir/pulp homage 'Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa?' in 2013, the coming-of-age noir/mystery 'Depth Charging Ice Planet Goth' (2014), and hardboiled/horror romp 'Small Change' in 2015.
In addition he has published two graphic novels -- 'Tobacco-Stained Mountain Goat' (2014) and 'Bullet Gal' (2015), as writer/artist -- and three comic book series.
In 2013 Bergen also released 'The Condimental Op' (a collection of short stories, comics, and articles on music, movies and Japan), as well as co-editing 'The Tobacco-Stained Sky' anthology.
His next novel 'Black Sails, Disco Inferno' will be published in 2016.
Bergen has published short stories through Crime Factory, Shotgun Honey, Snubnose Press, All Due Respect, 8th Wonder Press, Big Pulp, Perfect Edge Books, IF? Commix, Under Belly Comics, Pulp Ink, Another Sky Press, Project-Nerd, Roundfire Fiction and Solarcide, and worked on translating and adapting the scripts for feature films by Mamoru Oshii, Kazuchika Kise and Naoyoshi Shiotani at Production I.G in Japan.