Resources for mystery writers.
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American Crime Writers League
Formed in the late 1980s by a group of writers who wanted a private forum for exchanging ideas.
B'Con: Boucheron World Mystery Convention
Central information site for the annual event.
Blood at the Source
Tips for mystery writers on how to get the most out of libraries and the Web. Includes contemporary crime, criminal justice, and general research sources and strategies. By Barbara Fister.
Crime Writers’ Association
A professional body which represents commercially published authors and people from related industries. Home of the Dagger Awards.
A retired NYPD detective sergeant and author of the Criminal Investigative Function: A Guide for New Investigators published by Looseleaf Law, Inc.. Blog, interviews and articles.
Hovey, Joan Hall
Official site of suspense author Joan Hall Hovey with a note to inspire aspiring authors.
Mystery Writers of America
MWA helps negotiate contracts, watches developments in legislation and tax law, sponsors symposia and mystery conferences, and publishes books, including the Mystery Writer's Handbook.
Mystery Writers of America: Florida Chapter
Offers membership and meeting details.
Mystery Writers of America: Rocky Mountain Chapter
Mystery writers, mystery books, up and coming authors, chapter news and events.
Public Safety Writers Association
Open to new and experienced, published and not yet published writers. Includes newsletter and writing competition details.
Scene of the Crime Festival
Annual gathering of mystery writers and readers celebrates the heritage of Wolfe Island, Ontario, as the birthplace of Grant Allen, Canada's first crime writer.
The Short Mystery Fiction Society
Seeks to recognize writers and readers who promote and support short mysteries in the press, in other mystery organizations, and through awards.
Resource site for suspense, crime, thriller, and mystery writers. Includes information for plotting and expert information to get the details correct. Site by Fiona Quinn.
Yahoo Groups: SEMWA · Mystery Writers of America - Southeast
A list for mystery writers who are members of Mystery Writers of America and live in the southeast region, US.
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