Puget Sound Sisters in Crime is a chapter of Sisters in Crime, with the mission to promote the ongoing advancement, recognition and professional development of women crime writers.
We are a community of authors, readers, publishers, agents, booksellers, and librarians brought together by our passion for the mystery genre and our support of women who write mysteries. We welcome “Sisters and Misters” who have a professional or personal interest in crime and mystery writing across the Greater Seattle and Puget Sound region.
Our chapter meets on the second Thursday of the month (except July, August, and December), from 7:00–8:30 pm in the Stadler Room at Third Place Commons (unless otherwise noted). Visitors are welcome – and we’d love to have you! See our 2019 schedule. Join us at 6pm for social time; many of us grab a bite in the Commons.
We hope that you will join us, again or anew, in 2020.
Thursday programs take place at 7 pm in the Stadler Room at Third Place Commons unless otherwise noted. Saturday programs at venues around the Greater Seattle Area.
February 2020 — Waverly Fitzgerald: In Memoriam and Hard Rain book launch. Our February meeting will be a very special one: we will celebrate the life of our longtime member, Waverly Fitzgerald, who passed away on December 13, 2019, just before the paperback publication of her new Rachel Stern PI mystery, HARD RAIN, by Epicenter Press. Special Location: this event will take place in The Den at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park. Read more…
April 2020 — To be announced
Recently Completed programs:
January 2020 — Becoming Sam Gaynor! with guest Catherine Hendricks, former appellate lawyer for the Washington State Attorney General.
October 2019 — Ingrid Thoft, award-winning author of the Fina Ludlow PI novels, who was on the panel at our April workshop, will be our guest speaker.
November 2019 — Mysteries in the Dark of Night: Flash Fiction night. We continue our annual tradition of encouraging members to write a piece of flash fiction to share at this meeting. This year’s theme is the dark of night. Interpret that as you will. Write up to 350 words to read at the meeting. Elections for our 2020 board will also be held.
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