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|Thursday, June 12, 2014|
|6:30 p.m.||"Chills and Fever: The Tell-Tale Signs of a Really Good Mystery," with moderator, Sheila York, and panelists, Laura K. Curtis, Mary Anna Evans, Mitchell Scott Lewis and Lisa Shiroff from Mystery Writers of America -- The New York Chapter. |
How do you like your crimes served up? Cold and calculating? Or burning with passion? It takes all kinds, right? Come hear what our panel of mystery writers have to say about when and how they turn up the heat... or send in the big chill. And bring some searing questions of your own.
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|Thursday, October 9, 2014|
|6:30 p.m.||True Lies: Ripped from the headlines! Inspired by real events! Scandal! Intrigue! Murder!" with moderator, Dana Isaacson and panelists, Carole Bugge (C. E. Lawrence), Kieran Crowley, Kevin Egan, and John Florio of Mystery Writers of America -- NY.|
How do current events influence writers? Is truth stranger than fiction when it comes to mystery writing? What are the boundaries for using real events in fiction? Come hear how our distinguished panelists blur the lines between fiction and reality.
Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here:OCTOBER EVENTS CALENDAR 2014.pdf
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|Wednesday, November 19, 2014|
|6:30 p.m.||"50 Shades of Noir: Is Noir the new black? What determines how dark or light a mystery is?" with moderator, Lokke Heiss, and panelists, Jillian Abbott, Larry Light, Ed Lin, and S.A. Solomon from Mystery Writers of America -- The New York Chapter.|
Mysteries come in many shades—from light cozies to darker crime to the deepest Noir. Our panelists will discuss where on the spectrum they feel most comfortable writing—and how they vary the intensity to keep things interesting. Come listen as we shed light on the dark corners of mystery writing. Bring some illuminating questions of your own.
Find out what else is occurring at Mid-Manhattan here: November Events Calendar.pdf
|Thursday, December 11, 2014|
|6:30 p.m.||"Dark Deeds for a Dark Season," with moderator, Kenneth Wishnia and panelists, Megan Abbot, Nancy Bilyeau and Katia Lief. of Mystery Writers of America -- The New York Chapter.|
It’s December. Time for holiday cheer? Or to grapple with shorter days; longer nights; paler sunlight? Perhaps a darker story suits the mood. Come hear Megan Abbot, author of the acclaimed new novel The Fever; Nancy Bilyeau, who writes of the dark Tudor world; and Katia Lief, best-selling author of The Money Kill. Kenneth Wishnia, multi-award nominated mystery author and teacher, will lead the conversation as they talk about what they write. Will they share some dark secrets? Who knows?