Friday, January 9, 2009

This Week's Women In Crime Appearances

Here at Women in Crime Ink, we wanted to add something new to our weekend posts. Specifically, where you can see, hear, or meet the regular contributors! We will try and update every weekend, in the event we don't have a "Mystery Man" or "Your Turn" post. As you know, many of our contributors frequently appear on radio, television, print, or in person. This way, you can join us! Whether it's Diane Dimond filling in for CNN's Nancy Grace, or Pat Brown giving 'em hell on just about every network, this is the place to see a schedule of our upcoming appearances.

This week, meet WCI renowned mystery writer Kathryn Casey at the Pulpwood Queens annual Girlfriend Weekend this coming Friday and Saturday, January 16th and 17th, in historic Jefferson, Texas. The event kicks off Friday morning at the Jefferson Tourism and Convention Center on Austin Street. Kathryn will be part of a panel billed as, "Authors in the News," scheduled to take stage at 9:45 a.m. Friday morning. Afterward, she'll meet, greet, and sign books in the Vendor and Autograph Room. Casey's first novel, SINGULARITY, debuted to rave reviews last July. Don't miss it, attendance is sure to be high! To view more about the convention, click here.

Pat Brown will be offering her take on the California Santa murders Sunday, January 11th, at 9 p.m. EDT on The Dana Pretzer Show, aired on Scared Monkeys Radio. Always a great show, Dana Pretzer is a true fan of WCI and has phenomenal people as guests.

Crime writer and Caylee Anthony author, Diane Fanning, will be appearing on "The Levi Page Show," (as seen at the top) Sunday, January, 11th at 10 p.m. EDT. Also an amazing show, Levi frequently has WCI contributors on.

And, you can always hear Robin Sax, Stacy Dittrich, and Susan Murphy-Milano every Tuesday at 11 p.m EDT on Justice Interrupted Radio. Listen as they dissect, analyze cases, crimes, and people that interrupt and wreak havoc on people’s lives. Whether it's Tina Dirmann discussing her latest crime novel, or Diane Fanning writing the latest on the Casey Anthony case, WCI contributors are the most frequent guests!

Tune in, listen in, or make a stop, but we love to know you're out there! And, as always, drop us a line to let us know your thoughts or opinions. We value them greatly!

1 comment:

Levi said...

Maybe a lot of these criminals in the news are psychopaths???

I'm sure what she would really want to use would be censored LOL

Pat is a professional, much more than an anonymous poster taking swipe at someone on a blog.

Thanks Stacy for the promo!