Triangle SinC Anthology
Welcome to the Triangle, North Carolina Chapter
of Sisters In Crime
Sisters in Crime (SinC) is an international organization founded in 1986 to promote the professional development and advancement of women writing crime fiction. Today, SinC is made up of more than 3,000 members in 49 chapters worldwide: authors, readers, publishers, agents, booksellers, librarians, and others who love mysteries.
Triangle Chapter Meetings are held on the first Sunday of each month at Earth Fare in Brier Creek, Raleigh. Guests are welcome. Please see our Meetings page for a list of dates and speakers through 2012. Our TSinC Books page lists the latest Triangle SinC members' book news and signing schedules. Also, take a look at our Events page for current information about local and regional crime writers' events, contests, writing classes, and publishing opportunities.
Interested in joining? Triangle Sisters in Crime welcomes new members (men included). To join a local chapter of Sisters in Crime, you must first be a member of the national organization. Their web site (http://www.sistersincrime.org/) provides membership information and an application form. Once you have joined National SinC, you will have the option to join our local chapter. Questions? Contact our Membership Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next Meeting: May 4, 2014
Plan to attend a meeting of Triangle SinC at 1:00 PM, at Earth Fare in Brier Creek. Some of us arrive early for a bite of lunch in the deli/cafe. Guests are welcome. At our next meeting: Chris Blue, Chief of Police in Chapel Hill, will discuss the job of being a Police Chief in a college town, an environment that provides police officers with unique opportunities and challenges. Neighborhood impacts, student victimization, and alcohol culture all influence the environment. He will also debunk some myths.
Tri SinC Member Ruth Moose Wins 2013 Minotaur Books / Malice Domestic Competition!
Congratulations to TriSinC member Ruth Moose, who won the 2013 Minotaur Books / Malice Domestic Competition for Best First Traditional Mystery Novel. A former writing professor at UNC-Chapel Hill, Ruth's published numerous volumes of poetry and short stories, but Doing It at the Dixie Dew is her first novel.