Monday, 13 June 2011

National Crime Writing Week

This week is National Crime Writing Week, beginning today and running until 19 June. During the week, members of the Crime Writers Association will take part in readings, discussions, readers’ group events and workshops in bookshops, libraries, arts centres and other venues all over the country - all with the aim of raising the profile of crime writing.

My own small contribution to the festivities is a panel discussion at Islington Central Library at 6.30 on Thursday 16 June, with two other local crime writers - Laura Wilson and Christopher Fowler. We'll be talking about our favourite crime fiction, the audience's favourite crime fiction and anything else that seems relevant at the time.

For details of this event click here

For details of other events this week click here


Ann Weisgarber said...

Len, I have an image of a bunch of criminals sitting around and writing about their greatest exploits. I hope the panel was fun, and that readers formed lines at your table waiting for signed copies.

Len Tyler said...

Hi Ann - yes, the evening went well - many thanks. It looks like the reasonably busy summer of events coming up - next stop Crime in the Court at Goldsboro Books tomorrow evening!