Representing a diverse group of mystery genres, four members of Sisters in Crime appeared on a panel April 14th, 2018, at the Culver City Julian Dixon Library to discuss their personal paths to publication and take questions from the audience. The panel, entitled “I Think I’d Like To Write a Book (Someday),” spoke to authors to help them understand the various routes to publication, such as traditional versus self-publishing, as well as the wide possibility of crime genres to explore. Lida Sideris, author of Murder and Other Unnatural Disasters, served as moderator. Authors on the panel were fiction authors Connie diMarco (All Sides Point to Murder) and Sheila Lowe (Written Off), along with true crime author Catherine Pelonero (Absolute Madness).

The Speakers Bureau of Sisters in Crime Los Angeles is a benefit for members of the organization that helps match authors with speaking opportunities at libraries and other community events. If you are a current member in both Sisters in Crime National, as well as Sisters in Crime Los Angeles, find out more on the Speakers Bureau page of the website.