Meet BritCrime Authors: September & October Events

Bouchercon World Mystery Convention
New Orleans 15-18 September
Graeme Cameron, Mark Edwards, Susi Holliday, Alex Marwood, Craig Robertson, William Shaw, Helen Smith, Alexandra Sokoloff and Louise Voss will be appearing at Bouchercon this year. For a detailed schedule:

Noirwich Crime Festival
Norwich, 15-18 September
Barry Forshaw will be chairing a Brit Noir panel at Noirwich crime festival with Dreda Say Mitchell, Steve Mosby and Angela Clarke on Saturday 17 September.
Details here:

Rye Arts Festival
Rye, 17 September - 1 October
Thomas Mogford will be appearing at Murder in a Seaside Town, 29th September at 3:00pm
Details here:

The Beverley Literature Festival
Beverley, 5-22 October
David Mark, Sarah Hilary, Nick Quantrill and Clare Mackintosh will be appearing at the festival:

8th October (1pm) "I See You"
Nick Quantrill interviewing Clare Mackintosh (£7/£6 - Toll Gavel Church)

8th October (5pm) "The Talented Patricia Highsmith"
Nick Quantrill chairing Sarah Hilary and Jill Dawson (£7/£6 - Toll Gavel Church)
15th October (10am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm) "David Mark and Nick Quantrill : Partners in Crime"
An introduction to crime writing (£18 per session/£30 for both - Treasure House).

Festival details here:

Killer Women Festival
London, 15 October
Panels, events and debates from Victorian Crime to modern forensic psychology to How To Solve A Murder with real-life detectives. Masterclasses with Killer Women authors, editors and agents. An exclusive Murder Mystery, Killer Women cocktails, and much more.
For details and tickets:

Bristol Festival of Literature
Cally Taylor is running a workshop for the Bristol Festival of Literature on 22nd October. It's called 'How to write a novel so gripping your readers won't want to put it down'. It lasts three hours, costs £40 and there are only twenty places available.
Details here:

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