FINALLY the interview I did with Publishers Weekly is out from behind the subscriber paywall. Take a look!
I’m at Printers Row this weekend, if you’re in the area and way into books, sunshine, and Chicago-ness. Truly, Printers Row is just about the perfect Chicago event.
I wish I could say you should come on down and buy a copy of The Black Hour, but it’s not on sale until July 8. So one more Printers Row where I’m all moderator and no book-signing.
But come say hi. I’m doing lots of fun things over the next two days:
Saturday, June 7
12:00 p.m.-12:45 p.m.: Moderating a flash fiction contest with judges Sara Paretsky and Barbara D’Amato. Center Stage
1:45 p.m.-2:45 p.m.: Your Mystery-Writing Future: Workshop. What can you do today that your future mystery writer self will thank you for? This workshop will highlight the ways you can set yourself up today for future success as a published writer. Trib Nation Tent
Sunday, June 8
3:30 p.m.-4:15 p.m.: The Rules of Mystery Writing—and When to Break Them: Panel featuring Lynne Raimondo, Ted Hertel, and Reed Farrel Coleman. Jones Prep, room 5030.
In between, I’ll be at the MWA booth, at the intersection of Dearborn and Harrison. Lots of other amazing mystery authors will be selling books and signing, as well as talking on the MWA tent stage about their work and reading from their books. Stop by! Games, prizes, lots of dark humor. That’s how the mystery gang rolls.