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Corinne Buffington - 05:01pm Feb 10, 2005 PST(#45 of 49)

Echo Mountain Elementary School in Phoenix, AZ is hosting a Children's Writer's Workshop in mid-June. We are looking for published authors in the immediate area who are interested in participating. Please contact us if you are interested. We believe the Mystery genre would be an exciting way for our 4-6th graders to learn more about writing. Email if interested. Thanks!

Stanley Fisher - 04:05pm May 11, 2005 PST(#46 of 49)

Does anyone know of a mystery book discussion group that meets in New York (Manhattan)?

Debby Buchanan - 11:54am May 23, 2006 PST(#47 of 49)
Co-Chair Deadly Ink Mystery Conference

A Writer's Group has formed at the Morris County Library, Whippany, NJ. Our next meeting is June 22, 2006. While the group is open to writers of every genre, there are several mystery writers in the group.

Polyhymnia - 04:25am Sep 6, 2006 PST(#48 of 49)

The Muses of Bardic Web invite all writers to participate in our Short Story Contest. We have some amazing prizes on offer by our sponsors, including free books and the publication of the top three entries on Realms of Fantasy's website. Even if you've not written a short story before why not give our contest a go. This could be your big chance to see your work reach a wider audience.

Guidelines: All entries must contain elements of both mystery and fantasy. They must also make use of the two props listed below. This can be either as a major element of the story or a brief passing mention, but both need to be appear at least once during the course of the tale.

Props: 1. Diana, a pale and mysterious woman 2. A goblet

Word Limit: Please keep entries between 2500 and 3000 words and keep in mind that spelling and grammar count. Flaws in a work of art are horribly distracting and will cost you votes.

Ratings: The content should fall within a PG-13 or R rating. NC-17 tales will not be permitted as the final work will be publicly posted.

Submissions: All submissions should be sent to . These must be received before Friday 22nd September 2006. Any submissions received after that will not be considered; no exceptions whatsoever will be made. Only one entry will be accepted per writer.

See HERE for more information.

java man - 09:36am Aug 8, 2009 PST(#49 of 49)

Hello. I hope someone can help me. Does anyone know if there is a recording of Dashiell Hammett's voice?


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