Friday, 1 October 2021

Online Crime Writing Festival THIS OCTOBER

 Crime Fiction fans will be interested in the online festival celebrating all things crime and mystery fiction which runs from October 9th to 10th - price of digital entry for each session is a mere £3 or £15 for weekend access. 

There is an impressive line-up of crime writing talent already announced to host the various webinars. The talks, interviews and Q&As are designed both for crime fiction fans and for aspiring crime writers. This line-up of crime writers from the UK and North America includes Lynne Truss, best known for her bestselling book on punctuation, Eats, Shoots & Leaves.

Crime writing has enduring appeal, and it is wide-ranging, touching on film, TV and stage. We’ve tried to design a program that will cater for all tastes if you are interested in crime stories of any kind. Ultimately, it’s all about telling a good story.” Martin Edwards

The full line up is:

Eats, Shoots, and Leaves… the Crime Scene with Lynne Truss

Howdunit with Martin Edwards with David Brawn

Murder on Stage with Rupert Holmes and Joseph Goodrich

There’s no police like Holmes, featuring Bonnie MacBird in conversation with David Brawn

The timeless appeal of crime fiction, a conversation featuring Antonia Hodgson, Len Tyler, Michael Jecks and Ruth Dudley Edwards

Traditional detective fiction today – the view from America. A panel featuring Verena Rose, Shawn Reilly-Simmons, Tonya Spratt-Williams and Art Taylor

You can call Gladstone’s Library on 01244 532 350 or visit to order.


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