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2015 Maine Crime Wave

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Date

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Categories

Location

Glickman Library at the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine

Admission Fees

REGISTRATION FEES & OPTIONS

MWPA Members: $95 (conference & workshops)
MWPA Members: $120 (conference & workshops + morning coffee bar & lunch)

Nonmembers: $155 (conference & workshops)
Nonmembers: $175 (conference & workshops + morning coffee bar & lunch)

EDITOR CRITIQUES

MWPA Members: $50
Nonmembers: $75
MORE → Editor Critique Details (Deadline: March 27)

AGENT CRITIQUES

MWPA Members: $50
Nonmembers: $75
MORE → Agent Critique Details (Deadline: March 27)

*There are a limited number of spots for both the editor and agent critiques. Registration will be taken on a first come, first served basis.

HOW TO REGISTER

DUE: Wednesday, April 1, 2015

PAYMENT OPTIONS

MAIL: MWPA, Attn: 2015 Maine Crime Wave, 314 Forest Avenue #318, Portland ME 04101
PHONE: Call to have your registration and payment processed over the phone: 207.228.8263
FAX: Fax in your completed registration form and credit-card information: 207.228.8150
ONLINE: Register and pay online using PayPal

Description

The Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance is proud to announce the 2015 Maine Crime Wave for Saturday, April 11 at the Glickman Library at the University of Southern Maine in Portland.

The day-long conference will include panel discussions, theme-specific workshops, editor and agent critiques, book signings and more.

PANELS & PANELISTS

SAY HOW, SAY WHEN, SAY WHAT?
Real Writers on the Realities of Research
Gerry Boyle, Paul Doiron, Gayle Lynds, Lea Wait

BUT SHE HAD RED HAIR IN THE LAST BOOK
Creating and Sustaining a Series
Brenda Buchanan, Kathy Lynn Emerson, Sarah Graves, Al Lamanda

CONGRATULATIONS. YOU’RE PUBLISHED. NOW YOU HAVE A NEW JOB
The Other Aspects of a Writer’s Career
Kate Flora, Chris Holm, Barbara Kelly, Lukas Ortiz, Barbara Ross

WORKSHOPS & INSTRUCTORS

MURDER WITHOUT THE GORE
Tips for Writing Successful Traditional Mysteries
Kathy Lynn Emerson

REVISING YOUR MANUSCRIPT
A Phased Approach
Barbara Ross

HEROES & HEROINES, VICTIMS & VILLAINS
Creating Unforgettable Characters for Your Crime Novel
Jim Hayman

PLANTING EVIDENCE AND TURNING UP THE HEAT
How to Play Fair with Your Mystery and Still Ratchet Up the Suspense
Chris Holm

Contact Information

QUESTIONS?

PHONE: 207.228.8263
EMAIL: [email protected]

Website

http://mainewriters.org/2015-maine-crime-wave/

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