Join us for a Crime Writing Workshop with Joanne Hichens and Michéle Rowe
Do you have a crime story bubbling inside you? Or are you being haunted by a detective in search of a crime?
Then our crime fiction workshop, by two celebrated writers in the field, is just the thing for you.
Joanne Hichens, author most recently of the highly praised memoir Death and the After Parties, but better known as a writer of crime fiction (Divine Justice, Sweet Paradise) is conspiring with fellow crime specialist, and winner of the CWA Debut Dagger Award, Michéle Rowe (What Hidden Lies, Hours of Darkness) to present an introduction to crime writing at our Saturday workshop.
It’ll be of benefit to literally anyone interested in a life of crime (writing) – whether they’re accomplished or just beginning.
Cat burglars are especially welcome
Live Zoom event
Date: 25 September 2021
Time: 10h00 – 13h00 UK time 11h00 to 14h00 South African time (GMT+2)
In your own time through our website
(Available from Tuesday 28 September)
Places are limited so don’t delay, please book you place now through either our South African shop – R500 or our UK shop – £30
Michéle, author of the CWA Debut Dagger Award winning What Hidden Lies is currently writing the third and final book in the Persy Jonas trilogy for Penguin Random House. French and German translations of her books have been published. In addition to writing crime Michéle is a scriptwriter of award-winning films and television series. She (together with Richard Beynon) runs All About Writing’s Hero’s Journey® Course and she also teaches screenwriting for All About Writing.
Joanne, is the author of short stories and several crime fiction novels including Divine Justice and Sweet Paradise, which feature the feisty Rae Valentine, an ex-junkie amputee PI. Divine Justice has recently been published in the USA, by Catalyst Press, where her style has been likened to James Ellroy. Joanne has recently published her memoir, Death and the After Parties and runs memoir writing workshops for All About Writing.