women’s crime writing

Susan Hurley@Willy Lit Festival

Sisters in Crime member, Susan Hurley, will be appearing on the Willy Lit Fest 2020 Vision online program. Susan Hurley, author of the scientific thriller, Eight Lives, will be talking with Festival Director Stella Kinsella about her long career in medical research, her understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and her insight into the race to cure COVID-19.

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Anne Buist: Crime-writer, psychiatrist, researcher, professor and erotic novelist

Melbourne-based author, Anne Buist, was on the (metaphorical) couch for this week’s episode of Murder Mondays, talking about the craft of crime writing to Karina Kilmore, a debut crime writer, journalist and national convenor for Sisters in Crime. (Click on the image below to go to the YouTube recording.)    Anne is the Chair of

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Candice Fox: Crime-writer, crafter, animal-lover and wine drinker

Sydney-based international best-selling author, Candice Fox, was grilled for this week’s Murder Mondays by Karina Kilmore, a debut crime writer, journalist and national convenor for Sisters in Crime. (Click on the image below to go to the YouTube recording.)  Candice’s career has had an astonishing trajectory since her first novel, Hades, was published in 2014.

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Indian mystery with Perveen Mistry: Q&A with Sujata Massey

Robyn Walton, Sisters in Crime’s Vice-President, spoke to US author Sujata Massey about her new series about a pioneering Indian woman lawyer, A Murder at Malabar Hill (Allen &Unwin, 2019) and The Satapur Moonstone (Allen &Unwin, 2020). Welcome to Sisters in Crime, Sujata. Hi Robyn, thanks for inviting me. It’s exciting to connect with Australian

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Katherine Kovacic: author, art historian, dog trainer & sometime tango dancer

For this week’s Murder Mondays, Melbourne author Katherine Kovacic is put through her paces by Karina Kilmore, a debut crime writer,  journalist and national convenor for Sisters in Crime. (Click on the image below  to go to the YouTube recording.) Katherine has three crime novels under her belt, all featuring art dealer Alex Clayton –

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Murder Mondays: Dervla McTiernan

Dervla McTiernan, who won last year’s Davitt Award for Best Adult Novel plus a Neddie for her debut crime novel The Rúin (HarperCollins), is the second guest on the Sisters in Crime new video series, Murder Mondays, where talented women authors are interrogated by Karina Kilmore about the craft of crime. The Irish-born Dervla now

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Murder Mondays kick off with Val McDermid

Val McDermid, Queen of Tartan Noir, is the first guest on the Sisters in Crime new video series, Murder Mondays, where talented women authors are interrogated about the craft of crime.    A very good friend of Sisters in Crime, Val McDermid has starred in six events with us here in Australia and we can’t

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Coming to you via YouTube – Sisters in Crime@Law Week: The ABC of DNA

Sisters in Crime’s 14th Law Week event is going online. It will be available for free viewing worldwide on YouTube at 6.3opm Friday 22 May. Details will be posted on Sisters in Crime website and Facebook page and will also be sent to members and supporters via the e-newsletter, A  Stab in the Dark, on Friday 29 May. Sisters in

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Cancelled: Writing NSW: Crime Writing Fundamentals with Sarah Barrie

Have you always wanted to know how to write crime? Or do you have a crime novel underway that needs work? Crime Writing Fundamentals with best-selling author Sarah Barrie, is suitable for anyone who wants to learn how to write a successful crime novel. Sarah Barrie Sarah Barrie is an Australian author writing suspense in rural settings.

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Deadline for the 20th Davitt Awards entry extended

The deadline for Sisters in Crime Australia’s 20th Davitt Awards for the best crime and mystery books by Australian women has been extended to Friday 15 May. This year the Davitts are again sponsored by Swinburne University of Technology. New judges’ wrangler, Moraig Kisler, said that the pandemic had created problems across the board, across

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