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Let the heist begin. Join Angela Savage, Tansy Rayner Roberts, Lindy Cameron, and L J M Owen for the launch of the Tasmanian Chapter of Sisters in Crime over dinner - Thursday 6 October, 6.30pm, at Frank's Ciderhouse Cafe in Franklin.Find out more »
What happens when evidence points to you having committed murder, made someone disappear, committed some sort of crime, or been the victim of one – but you have no memory of it? Authors Megan Goldin, Tania Chandler, and Nell Pierce explore these tricky issues – and much more – with award-winning short story writer, Ruth Wykes.Find out more »
Sisters in Crime (NSW Chapter) is thrilled to present its Sunday Soiree online series with Petronella McGovern discussing her latest release, The Liars (just out with Allen & Unwin) with Siobhan Mullany and Ann Penhallurick.Find out more »
Crime fiction can be deadly serious, but it can also have a lighter – even amusing – side. Authors Kirsty Manning, Katherine Kovacic, and Lucia Nardo explore with Angela Savage how their plots and protagonists can lift readers’ spirits and crack smiles … the ideal way to loosen up for the end of 2022.Find out more »
Hear from a group for SA readers and writers of crime books and short stories, both fiction and non-fiction. Please come along and meet or reacquaint yourself with fellow Sisters in Crime SA members..Find out more »
Broadbeach Library invites you to a Sisters in Crime panel of authors who will reveal what it takes to keep you on the edge of your seat! Hear from Megan Norris, Lily Arthur, Loraine Peck, Tina Marie Clark, and Kate Kelson.Find out more »
Nicole Chamoun, star of Troppo, will present Sisters in Crime’s 29th Scarlet Stiletto Awards for best short stories in collaboration with award-winning author and podcaster, Vikki Petraitis, at a gala ceremony at South Melbourne’s Rising Sun Hotel. Ditch lockdown and Melbourne’s signature black and go troppo –a prize for the best outfit.Find out more »
Everyone is welcome to the first Sisters in Crime SA event for 2023. Wednesday 8 February at the Seven Stars Hotel. Meet the authors Vikki Wakefield, Mercedes Mercier and Nina Campbell and hear about their latest books and the writing process in a panel Q and A event. There will be a networking opportunity prior to the panel session, with finger food and a beverage upon entry.Find out more »
VICTORIAN EVENT: Three Victorian authors – Ellie Marney, Louise Bassett, and A M Stuart – explore with Janice Simpson – the joys and pitfalls with setting crime novels in more than one country.
What are the challenges in getting the cultural differences right, in crafting the language, and, in making it accessible to a diverse readership. And then there are all the issues in involved in publishing, distribution, promotion and appearances . . .
MELBOURNE EVENT: Crime doesn’t always have to be bloody and gory, as new books by Elizabeth Coleman, Kerryn Mayne, and Ilsa Evans prove. Crime can make us laugh as well as gasp. It can sweep up illicit affairs, secret diaries, family mysteries, sibling rivalry, visions of danger, embezzlement, and catfishing in its felonious embrace – not to mention an acutely intelligent miniature schnauzer, Miss Marple.
Also readings from The Detective’s Chair: Prose Poems about Fictional Detectives (Liquid Amber) by Anne Carson.