North Carolina Triad Chapter of Sisters in Crime


Programs


Open to writers of all genres, and to all readers! Drop in to our free writing/reading-related programs one Sunday afternoon a month at the High Point Public Library, 901 N. Main Street, High Point, NC 27262 (map), from 2-4pm. Doors open at 1:30.

...except that next month we'll be doing something completely different:

Saturday August 13 (11:30am-2:30pm, Claremont, NC)

ANNUAL WRITERS NETWORKING LUNCH

ALL WRITERS are invited to the 6th Annual Writers Networking Lunch, Saturday August 13, 11:30am-2:30pm, featuring Alan Gratz, author of 10+ books, speaking on How to Manage Writing in Multiple Genres. Sponsored by the Triad NC Chapter of Sisters in Crime, this year's event rotates to Claremont, NC. Free: pay only for your own lunch ordered from a modestly-priced menu. To reserve your seat (limit 50) and receive driving directions, email murderwewrite@gmail.com with subject line August Lunch. Somewhere in the body of the email, please tell us your zip code. Also, if you wish to bring your own books for sale, or give away promotional items, or make an announcement, let us know in your email so we can schedule help for you at the sales/display tables and open mic.

Sunday September 18 (2-4pm, High Point)

PSYCHOPATHIC, PSYCHOTIC & SOCIOPATHIC BEHAVIORS, OH MY!

With 20+ years' experience in mental health, Dr. Melissa Floyd-Picard, Professor & Chair of UNCG Department of Social Work, helps writers of all genres develop believable characters and plausible actions/reactions by distinguishing these behaviors from each other (which writers often get wrong). Her fascinating case examples will give you much to think about! She's also writing her own first work of fiction, a Southern slice-of-life gothic.

Sunday October 16 (2-4pm, High Point)

TBA

If we told you now it would spoil the suspense...

Sunday November 13 (2-4pm, High Point)

TBA

Still gathering clues...

December

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!