Who are we?
The group started in Adelaide in 2008 with a handful of like-minded friends with crime on their minds. Our members have include established professional authors and experienced published writers as well as beginners. We aim to provide a mutually supportive environment and access to the tools of the crime writer's craft.
What do we do?
We write about crime and mystery in various formats, including short story, novel and script. Each month one member submits a short piece of work (electronically) for critique at the next meeting.
In August 2010 the Crime Writers SA launched its first anthology, Killing Words.
Where do we meet?
At the State Library of South Australia.
First Sunday of the month from 10.30am until 12:30 pm.
How much will it cost?
Membership is currently $25 per year, due in April. We ask new members to pay a year's subscription after attending two meetings.
Want further information?
Contact the convener, James Sherwood via:
Reece Pocock's books:
James Sherwood's Anthology, Stories From The Edge, is now available in Paperback and Ebook, from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo and Book Depository.