Sunday, March 22, 2009

Connecticut mystery festival

BFP authors Reed Farrel Coleman (The James Deans) and Jason Starr (Damn Near Dead)(among many other crime writers) will attend "Murder 203: Connecticut's Mystery Festival," April 18-19.

As reported on "Mystery-book fans will descend on Easton in mid-April to attend a two-day event dedicated to the love of fictional crime stories. 'Murder 203: Connecticut’s Mystery Festival' on April 18 and 19 will include panel discussions with published authors, writing tips, book signings and a cocktail party. Most events will take place at the Easton Public Library and Helen Keller Middle School. Some activities are scheduled for the Westport Public Library."

Visit Murder 203's website for more information. Other authors scheduled to attend include: Linda Fairstein (Guest of Honor), James R. Benn, Jane K. Cleland, Jeffrey Cohen, D.H. Dublin, Robert Ellis, Kate Flora, Alison Gaylin, Chris Grabenstein, Parnell Hall, Rosemary Harris, Toni L.P. Kelner, Katherine Hall Page, Cathy Pickens, Jason Pinter, M.J. Rose, S.J. Rozan, Jessica Speart, Peter Spiegelman, and more!

1 comment:

Rosemary Harris said...

Thanks for mentioning! It's going to be a great weekend - panels and discussions on Saturday, a Cocktails and Crime bash in the gorgeous Easton Public Library on Saturday evening and more events on Sunday in both venues. The price is right ($75 includes 3 meals and party, all proceeds go to the libraries, and it's only about 90 minutes from NYC. Hope to see you there!