Sisters in Crime Australia & the St Kilda Writers' Festival present the return of the Great Crime Writing Debate, Dicks vs Dames: “The female of the species is deadlier than the male”
In partnership with Sisters in Crime Australia and Port Phillip Libraries, aspiring author and trained forensic scientist Maggie Baron speaks with authors Kimberley Starr (The Map of Night ) and Sue Williams (Death at the Belvedere) about how science provides such fertile raw material for crime and mystery novels.
Sisters in Crime has put together some killer library events in partnership with Bayside Library Services for September. Two top Bayside authors, Sally Hepworth and Anna George, discuss how they dig deep to expose the drama, disputes, and violence that can rip family relations and home life apart.
8-10 September, Sate Library of NSW. Over 65 speakers, writing workshops, walking tours, and evening events. Sisters in Crime members appearing include Sulari Gentill, Candice Fox, Nina D Campbell, Lynn McFarlane, Vikki Petraitis, Veronica Lando, Petronella McGovern, Rae Cairns, Margaret Hickey, Pamela Hart, Tanya Bretherton, Suzanne Leal, Shelley Burr, Sally Bothroyd, Kayte Nunn, Sue Williams, and Sue Turnbull.
Sisters in Crime has put together some killer library events in partnership with Bayside Library Services for September. Brighton author, teacher, and podcaster, Vikki Petraitis is best known for her 18 true crime books but she'll be speaking about her recently-pulished PhD novel, The Unbelieved, which won the inaugural Allen & Unwin Crime Fiction Award.