ARRT GENRE STUDY WEBSITE

CLICK HERE for quick access to the materials for the 2016-17 Speculative Fiction Genre Study.
The website now features UNRESTRICTED access, including notes from our meetings; however, in order to attend the meetings in person, you must be a member of ARRT. Click here for information about how you can join.

RA FOR ALL...THE ROAD SHOW!

I can come to your library, book club meeting, or conference to talk about how to help your readers find their next good read. Click here for more information.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Joint ARRT and Sisters in Crime Program-- Open to All!

In conjunction with our two-year Crime Fiction genre study, ARRT is happy partner with Sisters in Crime to present an author panel discussion featuring local Chicago-land authors.  

Cari Dubiel, Sisters in Crime's Library Liaison will be joining to moderate the event spotlighting: Lori Rader-Day (The Black Hour), Susanna Calkins (A Murder at Rosamund's Gate and From the Charred Remains), and Clare O'Donohue (Missing PersonsLife Without Parole, and The Double Wedding Ring).

Join us on Wednesday, March 25 from 2p to 4p at Deerfield Public Library. 

 Please click here to access the signup form. 

I am so excited and so proud to be one of the organizers of this fantastic event.  Anyone who can get to the Deerfield Public Library on March 25th at 2pm and registers with only a $15 payment can come.  No need to be a member of ARRT.

Please consider joining us. This will be a librarian centric author event.  They will talk about the art of writing and the finer points of writing mysteries in particular. In addition, They will discuss what librarians should look for in recommending different mystery subgenres, and you’ll come away with many new suggestions for your patrons.

I hope to see you there.

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