The Greater St. Louis Chapter of Sisters in Crime is dedicated to helping every writer achieve the dream of publication. It is a place for men and women to find camaraderie and encouragement. Our main goal is to create an active, non-competitive atmosphere for writers, readers, and other lovers of the mystery genre.
Four For Forty Contest 2016 has been cancelled due to a ruling from National Sisters in Crime.
Greater St. Louis Sisters in Crime will hold no regular meeting in August, but sisters will be hard at work promoting charity and community. We invite you to see us at these two excellent community events--a benefit for breast cancer survivors on August 14 and Celebrate Wildwood on August 27.
Hey, St. Louis!
Help raise money for a great cause while you raise a glass at Wine, Wit & Lit on Sunday, August 14, 2016 from 1:30 to 3:30 PM.
Please join us at our third Wine, Wit & Lit fundraiser at Patrick's Westport Grill, 342 Westport Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63146. Proceeds will benefit Reeling and Healing Midwest, a nonprofit organization that supports cancer survivors, taking them on fly-fishing retreats. The event will feature basket raffles, silent auction, and conversation with literary luminaries, including:
Fedora Amis, Award-winning Historical Mystery Author
Lynn Cahoon, New York Times Bestselling Mystery Author
Jody Feldman, Award-winning Children’s Author
Angie Fox, New York Times Bestselling Paranormal Mystery Author
Megan Kelly, Award-winning Romance Author
Susan McBride, USA Today Bestselling Mystery Author
Denise Swanson, New York Times Bestselling Mystery and Romance Author
Grab a glass of wine and a tasty appetizer or two while enjoying a scintillating session of "speed-dating" with seven amazing authors!
Registration is $25. Special goodie bags to early registrants (prior to August 14). To register:https://winewitandlit.yapsody.com/
For questions or more information, please email: WineWitandLit@aol.com
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
Our meetings feature guest speakers who provide information on interesting topics. On those evenings where there is not a guest speaker or where the speaker finishes early, we have open readings, discussions on writing issues, networking, or a book discussion. Past meetings have included presentations on marketing, how to conduct interviews, K-9 police, the world of indie publishing, and more.
We hope to see everyone at our Upcoming 2016 meetings. Unless otherwise noted on the website, our meetings are held