Where: Woburn Public Library, 45 Pleasant St, Woburn, MA
“Using What You Know (and What You’d Like to Know) To Write a Mystery” panel featuring Toni L.P. Kelner and...
Where: Duxbury Public Library. 77 Alden Street Duxbury , MA
Where: Cheshire (CT) Public Library 104 Main Street Cheshire, CT
Where: Boston College High School
Within the first page of a book much is revealed including a sense of voice, character, time and place. All else grows from those first words. A false step in the opening will reverberate throughout the manuscript. A well-crafted one will not only draw readers in but will foreshadow all...
Where: Hollis Social Library 2 Monument Square Hollis, NH
Where: Portland, ME
A head shot that is, at a fabulous free session with professional photographer William von Wenzel (SinCNE member Vicki Doudera's brother) at his studio, Focus Photography (http://www.focusphotography.info/) in Portland,...
Where: Mystery on Main Street, 119 Main Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
with Michael Nethercott, Leslie Wheeler, and Nancy Means Wright. This free workshop focusing on the mystery short story form is open to anyone interested in writing, in mysteries, and in the world of publishing. Participants are encouraged to bring 1-2 pages of the opening of a mystery...
Where: Stoneham Public Library, 431 Main Street, Stoneham, MA 02180, 781-438-1325
Panel with Gary Braver, Jeannine R. Reardon, Esq, and J.E. Seymour
Where: Leominster Public Library, 30 West Street, Leominster, MA 01453, 978-534-7522
With S.A. Daynard, Ruth McCarty, Barbara Ross, and Leslie Wheeler. Learn how to plot, construct and populate the mystery short story from the light-hearted to noir.
Where: 84 Lexington Avenue, Somerville, MA
May is the time for our always popular Open Reading meeting. All members are invited to come and read a few pages from a work in progress. Come, bring a tasty treat, read, listen to the work of others and spend time with your sisters and brothers in crime.
If you would like to...