I'm new to the list. I wanted to start by letting folks know about a mystery
writing workshop being offered online. It's "Writing Mysteries and Thrillers: An
Online Caper Committed by Carla Coupe, on the web, with a laptop.'"
The Antioch Writers’ Workshop, July 10 - 16,
2004, can help you take your mystery writing to
the next level.
This summer, our workshop faculty features two
mystery authors, both of whom began as
Kathy Hogan Trocheck (aka Mary Kay
Andrews), whose Savannah Blues was
nominated for the Edgar Award in 2003, first
came to the Antioch Writers’ Workshop in 1993,
where she met and studied with Sue Grafton.
Since that time, she has published 12 novels,
including eight Callahan Garrity mysteries. Her
13th novel, Hissy Fit, will be published in
Sharon Short also started her mystery-writing
career at the Antioch Writers’ Workshop, and
the second novel in her Josie Toadfern mystery
series, Death by Deep Dish Pie, will be
published in July 2004.
Participants will have the opportunity to
workshop their mystery manuscript in a one-
week mystery intensive session, and one-on-
one manuscript consultations with either Kathy
or Sharon are still available.
More information about the program, located in
Yellow Springs, OH, is available on the Web at
sounds good 2 me, I'll look @ it
ERLE STANLEY GARDNER MYSTERY WRITING CONTEST AND MYSTERY WEEKEND - November 6 and 7, 2004 in Old Town Temecula. Writing Contest open to youth and adults with cash prizes. Mystery solving contest and Perry Mason Episodes acted out on the streets. Mystery writing and publishing workshops all are free. visit www.temeculacalifornia.com for rules, etc.
I love writing Mysteries! I live in michagain. Can anybody give me info about a writing contest or anything? I would love the advice! My e-mail adress is email@example.com. Tnanks!
Here's info about a mystery conference AND mystery writing contest:
Murder in the Grove's "Death on Demand" Conference with Guest of Honor Pulitzer Prize-nominee Carolyn Hart will be held June 10-11, 2005, at the Boise Center on the Grove in Boise, Idaho. Author panels and workshops on the craft of writing will be held, plus one-on-one and group appointments with agents and editors.
The early registration cost of $100 (April 30, 2005, cutoff) includes all workshops and panels, a book fair, dessert party, luncheon, and Saturday night reception and entertainment. Agent and editor appointments, including manuscript reviews, are additional. Special rates for conference participants will be available at the Grove Hotel.
Visit www.murderinthegrove.com for more info.
Also, a writing contest for unpublished mystery writers is connected with the conference, but you do NOT need to attend to win. See the above web site and click on "Contest" for more info.