Monthly Meeting: 15 Dec 2018

Wake Our Dead Winter Party Saturday, December 15, 2018, 11:30-12:30, Bethlehem Library We may not end up swinging from the chandeliers, but some of our favorite characters might. Beside a spread of festive foods, come ready to share some of the most ridiculous moments endured by your favorite fictitious characters. A booklovers’ laugh riot!!!

Monthly Meeting: 16 June 2018

Bethlehem Public Library: June 16th   10:30 Business / 11:30 Programming Discussion: “WHAT FANS LOVE & WHAT WE DON’T.”  Rhonda Rosenheck will moderate a discussion focusing on readers’ and fans’ responses to mystery and crime literature.  Questions will probe such topics as why we’re fans of the genres we love, what grabs us through aContinue reading “Monthly Meeting: 16 June 2018”

TODAY: Murderous March!

Murderous March Writers & Readers Confab Saturday, March 24, 2-4 PM East Greenbush Community Library RSVP to assure a seat at this free event: Fans and creators of the mystery, detective and crime genres: Join Mavens of Mayhem at the East Greenbush Community Library for an afternoon of enlightening talk about the craft. PROGRAM 1:45-4:15 Refreshments,Continue reading “TODAY: Murderous March!”

February Meeting: True Crime with Frankie Bailey

Sisters in Crime February Meeting February 17, 2018 11 AM Community Room Bethlehem Public Library 451 Delaware Avenue, Delmar The Hendrickson Murder Trial: A Case of Poisoning? University at Albany School of Criminal Justice professor and mystery writer Frankie Y. Bailey presents a true crime case. In 1853, in Bethlehem, New York, John Hendrickson wasContinue reading “February Meeting: True Crime with Frankie Bailey”

Walter Mosley and Frankie Y. Bailey

Walter Mosley, novelist, and Frankie Y. Bailey, novelist and criminal justice scholar February 4 (Tuesday) Seminar — 4:15 p.m., Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, Uptown Campus, SUNY Albany Reading — 8:00 p.m., Recital Hall, Performing Arts Center, Uptown Campus, SUNY Albany Walter Mosley, bestselling author of more than 40 books, and “one of this nation’sContinue reading “Walter Mosley and Frankie Y. Bailey”