is currently on hiatus. Please see below for some of the fantastic authors that were hosted.
When people weren’t able to attend events and readings by your favorite Sisters and Misters in Crime, the SINC/LA Speakers Bureau brought them to your living room, library, or anywhere else your mobile device went. House Arrest was a virtual evening of readings by your favorite (or soon-to-be) authors of crime fiction, from cozy to hardboiled, with the occasional cocktail recipe, wine pairing, or lecture from a respected professional.
Hosted by the Los Angeles chapter of the Sisters in Crime, attendance was open to the public and only required a reservation and a computer, tablet, or mobile device that can run the Zoom application.
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO JOINED US!
APRIL 22, 2021: With readings by Jane DiLucchio, Carl Vonderau (San Diego), Shea E. Butler, E.J. Williams, and Ellen Byron. Hosted by August Norman.
FEBRUARY 25, 2021: With readings by Leslie S. Klinger, Eva Montealegre, A. E. Wasserman, & Sue Hinkin. Hosted by August Norman.
NOVEMBER 19, 2020: With readings by E.A. Aymar (D.C), Anne Louise Bannon, Lida Sideris, Craig Faustus Buck, and Heather Young (NoCal). Hosted by August Norman.
OCTOBER 29, 2020: With readings by Holly West, Julia Bricklin, Jennifer J. Chow, Joan Renner, and Layne Fargo (Midwest Chapter). Hosted by August Norman.
OCTOBER 1, 2020: Featuring Bonnie MacBird, Edwin Hall, Sybil Johnson, Stephen Buehler, Glen Erik Hamilton, Wendall Thomas.
AUGUST 20, 2020: With readings by Kellye Garrett *NYC Chapter*, Paula Bernstein, Sarah M. Chen, Jennifer Dornbush, Laurie Stevens, and Pamela Samuels Young. Plus, Anne Louise Bannon will demonstrate the proper way to mix a Manhattan. Hosted by August Norman.
JULY 23, 2020: With readings by Tori Eldridge, August Norman, Sheila Lowe, Wendy Heard, L.A. Chandlar, and Matt Coyle. Hosted by Anne Louise Bannon.
JUNE 18, 2020: With readings by Ellen Byron | Maria DiRico, Gary Phillips, Anne Louise Bannon, Paul D. Marks, Nancy Cole Silverman, & Rachel Howzell Hall. Hosted by August Norman.