Sisters in Crime Grand Canyon Writers is a proud chapter of Sisters in Crime (SinC), an international organization of published and aspiring authors, readers, literary agents, editors, booksellers, librarians and other distinguished members of the publishing industry.
Sisters in Crime was founded in 1986 by a group of 26 female crime writers to help women overcome obstacles in publishing, and achieve recognition and equality in an industry that traditionally ignored them. Sara Paretsky served as the organization’s first president. Today, SinC has more than 4,200 members and over 60 chapters worldwide.
The Sisters in Crime Grand Canyon Writers Chapter encourages and supports all members—both Sisters and Misters—whether they are published or unpublished. We welcome and support writers of all genres. Membership offers networking, guidance, educational events, professional development, support and mentorship. We proudly promote the recognition of women crime writers and all members.
SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR OUR CHAPTER MEMBERS ONLY.
The Mysteries & More Marketing Network! Whether you are a published author or working toward that goal, this is a groundbreaking opportunity to reach the levels of success YOU want to achieve! Members Helping Members ~ with Insight from Pros. Join us when we TAKE THE MYSTERY OUT OF MARKETING!
Find out how to become a member, join us for one of our informative, monthly meetings held on the second Saturday of each month, our signature Fireside Chats, or attend one of our upcoming special events.
DECEMBER CHAPTER MEETING
Using Layered, Resonant and Potent Language to Craft Compelling Stories!
Jessica Page Morrell,
top tier developmental editor and author
Join us for the November chapter meeting
Saturday, December 11, 2021
10:30 AM to 12 Noon in Arizona
12:30 PM to 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM Central Standard Time
10:30 AM to 12:00 PM Mountain Standard Time
9:30 AM to 11:00 AM Pacific Standard Time
Please Note: Daylight Savings Time ended on November 7, 2021
Meet Paula Brierley. Paula Brierley began writing mysteries at the age of ten, entertaining herself “with the imagined adventures I would surely have if I ever got out of school”. In addition to her passion for writing, Paula wanted a career in medicine. In nursing school, she met her future husband. In an amusing twist of fate, he was the last male patient she ever treated. “I transferred directly to OB/GYN after that, working there before starting a family and my writing career.”
WELCOME! Thank you for your interest in Sisters in Crime Grand Canyon Writers. We are published and aspiring authors seeking other likeminded individuals who wish to engage, network and learn together with the ultimate goals of friendship and success – and writing those gratifying words when your manuscript is finished … THE END. We look forward to you joining us.
Michele Peters, President