Yes, this is filled with whisky

Yes, this is filled with whisky

Friday, January 30, 2009

Where to be on Feb 18!

A Panel Discussion Sponsored by Women’s National Book Association, NYC Chapter

When: Wednesday, February 18, 2009, 6:30–8pm

Where: Jefferson Market Library; 425 Ave. of the Americas at 10th St.

Members and non-members welcome.

No admission charge, but RSVP required to: programs at wnba-nyc (dot) org


Mysteries are among the most popular fiction genres. Whether you are an avid reader or emerging writer of this wide-ranging subject, come hear our panel of experts discuss the genre, the sleuthing stories that have been perennial winners, and pick up clues on what crime waves are lurking.

Moderator: Janet Reid, WNBA member, and literary agent at Fine Print Literary management, specializing in mystery/crime novels

Jane Cleland, mystery writer and president of Mystery Writers of America/NYC

Tim McLoughlin, editor of Akashic’s best-selling "Brooklyn Noir" Series

Kizman Reeves, co-owner of Partners and Crime, a mystery bookstore in Greenwich Village

Sarah Weinman, crime fiction columnist for the Baltimore Sun and the Los Angeles Times, and best-known blogger in mystery publishing.

Following the panel there will be refreshments and an opportunity to socialize with panelists, WNBA colleagues, and other attendees before the train ride home.

Mystery/crime novels from and by the panelists will be available for purchase. (Thank you Mobil Libris!!)


directions to the Jefferson Market Library

The Women’s National Book Association is a nonprofit professional association founded in 1917 for those who work with and value books.


moonrat said...

wait a minute here. YOU'RE supposed to be the moderate one?!

just kidding ;)

Marjorie said...

I just sent in my RSVP: yes, I will attend.
I live near the Jefferson Market Library and I love it there. It is in an amazing building. I think the basement was once a prison and behind the library was the Women's House of Detention. (I miss Sutter's) When I taught at PS 41, we would go there for cofffee and cake after school.

I am going to invite the women of my Peer Group from The Transition Network to join me. (
"Smart Women Don't Retire" is a book we all love.

Kim Stagliano said...

I am grabbing every get out of jail free card in my Monopoly box. Preparing Mark's favorite dinner for the next 17 nights.) I'd love to attend!

Jessica Milne said...

I'd love to go, it sounds interesting, but I have rehearsal that night. I'm interested in panels such as these in the future, though, as they seem to be more popular than I believed. I hope that everyone attending has fun! :)

jwhit said...

Have a good evening. Sounds like a real learning opportunity. For those of us on the other side of the world, will you or one of the attendees please take copious notes and report back the words of wisdom from the panel, please??????


Marjorie said...

I was there tonight for a most interesting panel discussion. I enjoyed it very much, and I am glad I went.
And it was very nice meeting you, Janet.