Here’s where you can see our members in person this coming month (and subsequent months), or where you can find them – or their content – in media outlets! It is updated throughout the month with last minute additions and changes, so keep checking back!



Matt Coyle will be back out on the road discussing LOST TOMORROWS, the sixth novel of the award winning Rick Cahill series at the following venues: Jan. 7, Vroman’s in Pasadena, Jan. 8, Chaucer’s in Santa Barbara, Jan. 10, Murder by the Book in Houston, Jan. 11, Book People in Austin, Jan. 12 interviewing Lee Goldberg at Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego, Jan. 15, Book Catapult in San Diego, Jan. 16 Huntington Beach Library, and Jan. 24, San Carlos Library in San Diego.


Sheila Lowe has been invited to speak at the Hyde Park Library 2205 W. Florence Ave., Los Angeles on January 11th at 2:00 pm. She will talk about the handwriting of people in the news, and introduce her new Beyond the Veil series.




Paul D. Marks is interviewed in the January 2020 issue of Digest Enthusiast (available on Amazon). He is also quoted, along with several other writers, in Andrew Welsh-Huggins’ piece “How Local Can You Go?” at EQMM’s Something is Going to Happen. And his article “Writing is a Harsh Mistress” was reprinted by Sandra Murphy at Spawn.