Welcome to Sisters in Crime / Hawaii
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meetings, events, and members!
Due to pandemic conditions, meetings are being held via e-mail in 2020.
Newly elected president of Sisters in Crime/Hawaii, A.J. Llewellyn is holding monthly meetings via Zoom.
Notification of each meeting is emailed to all members.
The Hawaii chapter of Sisters in Crime (SinC) welcomes you and invites you to join us. We are an organization of men and women who love to read murder mysteries, and some of us also write crime fiction. All of us encourage the publication of more women authors in the field.
All are welcome to join us at our next meeting. See: Schedule of Upcoming Meetings and Special Events
We normally meet on the third Wednesday of each month
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Makiki Community Library, 1527 Keeaumoku Street, Honolulu, Hawaii
Schedule may change to accommodate speakers.
(See Schedule of Events for current information.)
Meeting agendas vary and normally include refreshments, a brief business meeting, and a program to enlighten us about such topics as criminal justice, forensic anthropology, crime detection, investigative techniques, and the business of writing and publishing mysteries. Some meetings also include potlucks and book exchanges.
Also on this site:
Great reads from our author members:Author Members Page
Under construction: Interviews with Authors
For questions and comments, email Gail Baugniet at email@example.com
About Sisters in Crime, Inc.
Who are we?
We are 3600 members in 48 chapters world-wide, offering networking, advice and support to mystery authors. We are authors, readers, publishers, agents, booksellers and librarians bound by our affection for the mystery genre and our support of women who write mysteries. Sisters in Crime was founded by Sara Paretsky and a group of women at the 1986 Bouchercon in Baltimore.