I was thrilled earlier this year to be invited to participate in the Sisters in Crime panel series – namely, the one titled Burning Issues.
This event was supposed to be held on Friday 24th April 2020 – but of course, due to Covid-19, it has been cancelled.
However, Sisters in Crime were quick to embrace technology and found a way to still bring readers and writers the fascinating panels they’d scheduled during this time. So, Burning Issues is still happening, all-be-it a little differently.
The other panelists – Chloe Hooper, Kimberley Starr – and I will talk with Maggie Baron via Zoom about how our ‘crime books get up close and personal with arson and bushfires, and confront some of the most uncomfortable realities of life in this sunburnt country.’
The panel will be recorded this Friday evening and you will be able to view it on Sunday 26th April between 6-7pm. There is a $10 fee (bargain!) There’s also going to be a raffle drawn for book prizes and it’s sure to be a fascinating discussion. I’m really looking forward to it.
You can find out more information and book HERE. (If that link doesn’t work, try the full one here: https://www.sistersincrime.org.au/event/burning-issues-crime-writers-blaze-a-new-trail/
Hope to ‘see’ you there.