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ONLINE. Join us for the 28th Scarlet Stiletto Awards on 27 November at 8pm as a Facebook Premiere event. Catherine McClements to present. FREE. Make a $10 donation to go into the draw for 3 x $300 packs of crime books!Find out more »
Make up for lost time crime with the NSW Chapter of Sisters in Crime - Thursday 9 December, 5 for 5.30 (to 7.30 pm): quiz, speed crime, mystery gifts, raffle, wine, food, and good criminal company.Find out more »
FEBRUARY EVENT. What happens when crime leaves the mean streets of our big cities to stalk small-town Australia? Whether it is at the beach or in the bush, these small communities all harbour more than their fair share of deadly secrets and criminality. Three authors, Emma Viskic, Aoife Clifford, and Maryrose Cuskelly, will explore all this with award-winning short story writer, Jacqui Horwood.Find out more »
The formal criminal justice system doesn’t always deliver for women, so what can happen when women decide to exact justice themselves? According to three debut crime authors, Jane Caro, Debra Oswald, and Nina D. Campbell, the results can be deadly.Find out more »
ONLINE EVENT. A criminal defence lawyer and a psychologist walk into a bar… Sisters In Crime NSW invite you to take a peek behind the curtain of criminal life with Sydney authors Siobhan Mullany (ex criminal barrister) and Ann Penhallurick (psychologist). Free or $10 donation.Find out more »
Bring out the pearls for a fabulous night of felonious talk and food, to celebrate Sisters in Crime Australia's 30th birthday. Diary date: 23 April in St Kilda, Melbourne. Hear from Jane Clifton, Sue Turnbull, Carmel Shute, Emma Viskic, Angela Savage, Sulari Gentill, and Vikki Petraitis. Plus food and wine and singing. It's going to be amazing. See you there!Find out more »
What an entertainer! Lynda La Plante, creator of Prime Suspect, over 40 novels and numerous television productions, talked about her stellar career and her latest book, Vanished, with Sisters in Crime’s Jacqui Horwood on 27 April. Free to view.Find out more »
Sisters in Crime Australia is again proud to join forces with the Sir Zelman Cowen Centre, Victoria University, to present its 16th Law Week event.
An expert panel – Soren Blau, Tracie Gould, and Liz Porter – will debate with chair Coroner Audrey Jamieson as to what makes forensic science work and what can sometimes make it go wrong.
Warm up for the DicksVs Dames Debate at 5pm with relaxed one-on-one author talks with Crime on the Couch, pesented by Sisters in Crime. Great fun and you get to ask questions.Find out more »
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”Find out more »