North Carolina Triad Chapter of Sisters in Crime


Open to writers and readers of all genres! Drop in to our free writing-related programs, held most often on Sunday afternoons from 2-4pm at the High Point Public Library, 901 N. Main Street, High Point, NC 27262 (map). Doors open at 1:30. On occasion, we do hold events elsewhere in the area, and on other days of the week.

Saturday, August 5 (11:00am-2:00pm, Archdale)


Thomas Dew, Courtroom Evidence Specialist and graphic artist, will demonstrate and discuss the graphic evidence he has given in more than 30 murder trials on behalf of District Attorneys in NC (and elsewhere) — most recently the notorious Peterson trial.

$6 Admission to August 5
Courtroom Evidence Program

Also, our published authors are invited to Greet-Meet-Sign’n’Sell their books! And everyone is invited to bring questions!

Rancho Family Restaurant
10463 N. Main St., Archdale NC
(from High Point Library, stay on Main Street, drive 5 miles south)
(also convenient via I-85 from Asheville, Charlotte and the Triangle)
(from I-85, Exit 111, drive 1 mile northwest, i.e. toward High Point)

We've rented a large private dining room at the restaurant to accommodate all writers and readers who'll want to take advantage of this unique program. To reserve your seat in advance for only $6 admission: you may pay by credit card using the PayPal button here, or by cash or check at our July 16 program at the High Point Library. Your only other cost is what you choose to order for your own lunch from the modestly priced menu: sandwiches, subs, salad plates and dinners (seafood, pasta, meat, and veggie dishes), soft drinks and desserts. Please place your menu orders as soon as possible after 11:00 am.

Saturday September 9 (10:00am-5:00pm, Winston-Salem)


Murder We Write will be hosting a booth at the Bookmarks Festival in Winston-Salem. Our published members will be there, signing books and chatting about the business. Everyone is invited! Visit for more information.

Sunday September 17 (2-5pm, High Point Public Library)


All readers and writers are invited to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Sisters in Crime and the 14th Birthday of its Triad NC Chapter Murder We Write, part of a year-long series of celebrations throughout the US and Canada.