Saturday, April 7, 2018
San Diego Central Library
330 Park Blvd.
9:30am Welcome Table and Seating Opens
10am-10:50am Keynote: Terry Shames
Terry Shames is the author of the Macavity Award-winning A KILLING AT COTTON HILL, THE LAST DEATH OF JACK HARBIN, DEAD BROKE IN JARRETT CREEK, A DEADLY AFFAIR AT BOBTAIL RIDGE, THE NECESSARY MURDER OF NONIE BLAKE, and AN UNSETTLING CRIME FOR SAMUEL CRADDOCK.
11am-11:50am Panel: You Can’t Kill Me: Why The PI Novel Won’t Die Panelists: Joe Ide, G.M. Ford, Martin Roy Hill (Moderator: Matt Coyle)
Noon-1pm Lunch on your own (Preorder sandwich lunch through us by 3/29 for delivery for $16)
1pm-1:50pm Panel: Mischief & Mayhem: Middle Grade and Young Adult Mysteries Panelists: Gretchen McNeil, Barrie Summy, Kiersten Kittscher (Moderator: Kathy Krevat)
2pm-2:50pm Panel: Mysteries with a Supernatural Twist
Panelists: Marcia Buompensiero, Cornelia Feye, April Baldrich (Moderator: Nicole Larson)
3pm-3:50pm Keynote: Gretchen McNeil
Gretchen McNeil is the author of several young adult horror/suspense novels including POSSESS, 3:59, RELIC, GET EVEN, GET DIRTY, and the award-winning TEN. In 2016, she published her first YA comedy I’M NOT YOUR MANIC PIXIE DREAM GIRL, and her next novel will be the horror-comedy #MURDERTRENDING. The film adaptation of TEN premiered on Lifetime in 2017.
All writers will have their books available for sale and signing after their talks/panels.
Join us for all or part of the day.
All writers and readers of mysteries, suspense, thrillers, or crime are welcome!
Presented by Partners in Crime: the San Diego Chapter of Sisters in Crime and the San Diego Public Library with generous support from the Mystery Writers of America, Southern California