London Book Fair 2013

Special link: London Book Fair 2013

Sunday, September 30, 2012

2012 Tweens Read Book Festival (USA)

The goal of the Tweens Read Book Festival is to celebrate and promote reading by connecting tweens with authors. The target audience for the event is students in grades 5-8 October 20, 2012 - Texas, USA

Calibre 0.9 released

New in calibre 0.9. Lots has changed in calibre-land in the last year and a half. A beefed up e-book viewer. Support for Android phones and tablets. A new modern look for the calibre user interface. A portable version of calibre that you can carry around on a USB stick

Saturday, September 29, 2012

2012 New England Book Festival (USA)

The 2012 New England Book Festival will hold its annual program honoring the best books of the holiday season on January 19, 2013 at the Omni Hotel in Boston, USA

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Google Play - Books

Discovering your favourite books and authors has never been easier. With Google Play, you can shop through the world's largest selection of eBooks and read them anywhere you like - on a tablet, phone, eReader or the web

Famous family trees: Colin Dexter

Experienced family historian, Roy Stockdill, takes us on a journey through time as he investigates the family history of the famous, both living and dead. This month, Roy digs out his magnifying glass to explore Inspector Morse creator Colin Dexter's family history

2012 Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books shortlist

Finalists have been named for the £10,000 (US$16,226) Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books. The winner will be announced November 26. The shortlisted titles are:

Moonwalking with Einstein by Joshua Foer
My Beautiful Genome by Lone Frank
The Information by James Gleick
The Hidden Reality by Brian Greene
The Better Angels of Our Nature by Steven Pinker
The Viral Storm by Nathan Wolfe

London book and poetry events: 26 September-2 October

Book, poetry and spoken word events in London 26 September - 2 October, 2012

Monday, September 24, 2012

Ulysses unlocked: introducing and exploring Joyce’s Ulysses (Ireland)

Ulysses unlocked: introducing and exploring Joyce's Ulysses - Friday, 28th September 9.15am – 5.30pm - One-day immersion course - This course will introduce, contextualize and explore Joyce’'s Ulysses, one of the most important novels in the English language. Beginning with an overview of Joyce's life and times, the course will discuss the Modernist period before introducing Joyce's famous novel and then examining in detail several passages from the text. The course will be delivered as an extended lecture and will be illustrated by a number of clips from the main film adaptations of the novel. Participants will be encouraged to share their own opinions whenever possible during the day. This course will appeal to those who have read the novel, as well as those who are simply curious about its contents and it will be designed to suit those who attended Dr Dineen’s immersion course on Joyce earlier this summer, as well as those approaching Joyce for the first time.

Booking and payment:
To book a place, call (01) 603 0259 or email
Cost: €30. Places are limited, so booking is essential

James Joyce in The Web Directory

2012 Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize finalists

Finalists have been named for the $25,000 Rogers Writers' Trust of Canada Fiction Prize during a ceremony at Ben McNally Books in Toronto. Winners will be announced November 7. This year's shortlisted titles are:

The Tinsmith by Tim Bowling
Siege 13 by Tamas Dobozy
Carnival by Rawi Hage
Inside by Alix Ohlin
The Purchase by Linda Spalding

Sunday, September 23, 2012

1888 - London Murders in the Year of the Ripper - presented by Peter Stubley

In 1888 Jack the Ripper made headlines with a series of horrific murders that remain unsolved to this day. But most killers are not shadowy figures stalking the streets with a lust for blood, many are ordinary citizens driven to the ultimate crime by circumstance, a fit of anger or a desire for revenge. Their crimes, overshadowed by the few sensational cases, are ignored, forgotten or written off. 1888: London Murders in the Year of the Ripper examines all the known murders of this notorious year in London’s history, helping to build a picture of society and bringing to light the many forgotten murders that were overshadowed by The Ripper’s killing spree. (Peter will also be signing his book '1888 - London Murders in the Year of the Ripper' at this meeting). December 1st 2012 - London, UK

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Bloomsbury Publishing launches Bloomsbury India

Bloomsbury was founded in 1986 on the principle of publishing books of the highest quality. In India it will continue this tradition for fiction, non-fiction, academic, business, and education with both Indian and international authors. In November 2012, Bloomsbury India will publish the first Wisden India Cricketers Almanac 2012, followed in December by the spectacular Return of a King: The Battle for Afghanistan by William Dalrymple, whose previous books have been No. 1 bestsellers in India. On the fiction list, ManilSuri's bold and controversial new novel The City of Devi will be published in January 2013. Bloomsbury has an exceptional list of South Asian writers including Kamila Shamsie, Romesh Gunesekera, Rajesh Parameswaran, Roshi Fernando, Jaspreet Singh, and Tishani Doshi

Salman Rushdie remembers Havel in his latest book

British-Indian writer Salman Rushdie remembers how former Czechoslovak and Czech President Vaclav Havel wanted to help him in the early 1990s in his latest book Joseph Anton: A Memoir whose autograph session was held on Tuesday evening

Joseph Anton - Salman Rushdie

Salman Rushdie in The Web Directory

Friday, September 21, 2012

Pietro Grossi UK tour

Pietro Grossi, the acclaimed author of Fists and The Break, will be touring the UK in October

2012 Roald Dahl Funny Prize shortlists

The shortlists for the 2012 Roald Dahl Funny Prize have been announced:

The Funniest Book for Children Aged Six and Under

The Baby that Roared by Simon Puttock, illustrated by Nadia Shireen (Nosy Crow)
My Big Shouting Day by Rebecca Patterson (Random House Children’s Books, Jonathan Cape)
Oh No, George! by Chris Haughton (Walker Books)
The Pirates Next Door by Jonny Duddle (Templar)
Stuck by Oliver Jeffers (HarperCollins Children's Books)
The Worst Princess by Anna Kemp, illustrated by Sara Ogilvie (Simon & Schuster)

The Funniest Book for Children Aged Seven to Fourteen

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again by Frank Cottrell Boyce, illustrated by Joe Berger (Macmillan Children's Books)
Dark Lord: Teenage Years by Jamie Thomson, illustrated by Freya Hartas (Hachette Children's Books, Orchard Books)
The Dragonsitter by Josh Lacey, illustrated by Garry Parsons (Andersen Press)
Gangsta Granny by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross (HarperCollins Children's Books)
Goblins by Philip Reeve, illustrated by Dave Semple (Marion Lloyd Books)
Socks are Not Enough by Mark Lowery (Scholastic Children's Books)

All will compete to be the winner of their category to receive £2,500, which will be presented at an awards ceremony at the Unicorn Theatre in London on Tuesday 6 November

Joshua Knelman's Hot Art wins Edna Staebler Award

Toronto writer Joshua Knelman has won this year's Edna Staebler Award for Creative Non-fiction for Hot Art: Chasing Thieves and Detectives Through the Secret World of Stolen Art (Douglas & McIntyre). The $10,000 award, administered by Wilfrid Laurier University, will be presented on November 13 in Waterloo, Ontario

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Lovereading latest book news for September

Lovereading has announced its Mid-September 2012 update

Fifty Shades of Grey author E.L. James writing another erotic tale

E.L. James, author of the best-selling trilogy Fifty Shades, said on Monday that she hasn't ruled out writing a fourth book, but is focused on composing another erotic tale and also plans to write a paranormal romance - The Star

2012 Library of Congress National Book Festival (USA)

2012 Library of Congress National Book Festival - September 22-23, 2012 on the National Mall, Washington, DC, USA

Soon you'll be able to go to CVS and print a book

On Demand Books, the company behind the Espresso Book Machine, and Kodak are partnering to add print-on-demand technology to Kodak Picture Kiosks. That means consumers will be able to print paperback photo books, self-published books and the seven million backlist and public domain titles in On Demand's catalog from retail chains such as CVS. On Demand also announced a partnership with ReaderLink, which distributes books to grocery stores, drugstores, mass market and club stores, to make more titles available through the Kodak Picture Kiosks

London book and poetry events: 19-25 September

Book, poetry and spoken word events in London 19-25 September, 2012

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2012 longlist

The longlist for the Samuel Johnson Prize for Non-Fiction 2012 was announced on Tuesday 18 September, the birthday of Samuel Johnson. The 14 titles on this year's longlist take readers around the world to countries including India, Russia and Spain, and span subjects as diverse as economics, feathers and nuclear power. The winner of the prize, the UK's leading non-fiction prize, will receive £20,000:

Behind the Beautiful Forevers, by Katherine Boo (Portobello Books)
One on One, by Craig Brown (Fourth Estate)
Into the Silence: The Great War, Mallory and the Conquest of Everest, by Wade Davis (The Bodley Head)
The Man Without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin, by Masha Gessen (Granta Books)
Feathers, by Thor Hansen (Basic Books)
Thinking, Fast and Slow, by Daniel Kahneman (Allen Lane)
The Old Ways, by Robert MacFarlane (Hamish Hamilton) Inside the Centre: The Life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, by Ray Monk (Jonathan Cape)
Grand Pursuit: The Story of Economic Genuis, by Sylvia Nasar (Fourth Estate)
Winter King, by Thomas Penn (Allen Lane)
The Better Angels of our Nature, by Steven Pinker (Allen Lane)
The Spanish Holocaust, by Paul Preston (HarperPress)
Strindberg A Life, by Sue Prideaux (Yale University Press)
Joseph Anton, by Salman Rushdie (Jonathan Cape)

Monday, September 17, 2012

Harvest Con: Gathering the field of Saskatchewan fantasy writers

Tired of hearing about fantasy conventions in faraway places you just can’t get to? Then check out Harvest Con where we will be gathering up the field of Saskatchewan fantasy writers, just in time for Halloween. Get up close and personal with a celebrity panel of local authors for readings, contests, games, discussions and general fantasy fun. Authors confirmed so far include Arthur Slade, Jefferson Smith, Edward Willett, Joanne Brothwell and Derryl Murphy. Admission is free and there will be prizes. Fantasy fans of all ages welcome. You won't want to miss it, because after this, winter is coming

2012 Wallace Stegner Prize

Make Straight in the Desert a Highway: Conflict in the Canyon Country by Jedediah S. Rogers has won the 2012 Wallace Stegner Prize, sponsored by the University of Utah Press and honoring the best book manuscript in environmental or Western history. The prize consists of $10,000 and publication of the book by the press

Sunday, September 16, 2012


Downpour - Offers audio books in different formats on various topics in the U.S.

John Moores Painting Prize won by Sarah Pickstone (UK)

Artist Sarah Pickstone has won the £25,000 John Moores Painting Prize for a work inspired by poet Stevie Smith


Elsewhere is a 4 book collaboration between Cargo, of Scotland, McSweeney's, of the USA, and the Edinburgh International Book Festival featuring brand new work from 50 of the world's leading authors. With the support of the Scottish Government's Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund, the Book Festival commissioned fifty authors to write short stories, poems or essays, all on the theme of 'Elsewhere'

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Video: The London Book Fair: 2013 Market FocusTurkey

The London Book Fair featured China as its market focus in 2012. Turkey will be the 2013 London Book Fair Market Focus, exhibiting turkish publishers and literature dominantly. This video shows Turkey stand in 2012 London Book Fair, which is expected to significantly expand next year

Video: There's No Place Like Here: Brazenhead Books

Tucked high above the bustle of the street, Michael's secret secondhand bookshop is a mecca for those who savor the story behind the volume

Read it, hear it, watch it: a new app brings poetry alive (UK)

The Wire star Dominic West is backing a free new app designed to bring poetry to a mass audience. West is one of more than 30 British actors from Dan Stevens to the late Harold Pinter who read dozens of poems on The Poetry App whose development was begun by the writer Josephine Hart before her death from cancer. It aims to emulate the success of her long-running Poetry Hours in which she would introduce poems that would then be read aloud by a star cast

Moby-Dick captures stars for reading voyage (UK)

Magnificent yet daunting, Moby-Dick stands as one of the great classics of American literature, much admired but - sprawling and intimidating - seldom read. Now an unlikely combination of fans including David Cameron, Tilda Swinton, Stephen Fry and Simon Callow are set to change that after joining the cast of an ambitious project to record the novel in its entirety

Friday, September 14, 2012

London book and poetry events: 12-18 September, 2012

Book, poetry and spoken word events in London 12-18 September, 2012

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Michael Cart offers a tribute to Gore Vidal

In his latest podcast, Infopeople's Michael Cart offers a fond tribute to the late, great man of letters, Gore Vidal, who passed away on July 31 at 86

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

This is your brain on Jane Austen, and Stanford researchers are taking notes

Researchers observe the brain patterns of literary PhD candidates while they're reading a Jane Austen novel. The fMRI images suggest that literary reading provides "a truly valuable exercise of people's brains."

2012 Guernsey Literary Festival

2012 Guernsey Literary Festival - 13-16 September, 2012

The Man Booker Prize 2012 shortlist

The shortlist for The Man Booker Prize 2012 has been announced:

Tan Twan Eng, The Garden of Evening Mists (Myrmidon Books)
Deborah Levy, Swimming Home (And Other Stories/Faber & Faber)
Hilary Mantel, Bring up the Bodies (Fourth Estate)
Alison Moore, The Lighthouse (Salt)
Will Self, Umbrella (Bloomsbury)
Jeet Thayil, Narcopolis (Faber & Faber)

The winner of the 2012 prize will be announced at a dinner at London's Guildhall on Tuesday 16 October, in a ceremony covered by the BBC. Each of the six shortlisted writers is awarded £2,500 and a specially commissioned beautifully handbound edition of his/her book. The winner receives a further £50,000

Elizabeth Bird and Travis Jonker discuss picture books

Elizabeth Bird and Travis Jonker discuss picture books

Monday, September 10, 2012

PA Bulletin 10 September 2012

PA Bulletin 10 September 2012, from The Publishers Association, UK, is now available online #publisher #publishing

2012 Washington State Book Awards (USA)

The 2012 Washington State Book Awards have been announced, putting the spotlight on six outstanding books by the state's authors. This year's crop of prize-winning books includes a debut novel about a duplicitous young man who capitalizes on political change in South America, Seattle author Erik Larson's harrowing history of a pivotal year during Hitler's takeover of Germany, and a children's book that celebrates our state's robust farmers-market culture

Amazon to create 2,000 new UK jobs over two years

Amazon has announced it will create over 2,000 permanent jobs over the next two years with the opening of three new fulfilment centres in the UK. The internet giant said the opening of the new fulfilment centres would create up to 3,000 temporary jobs over the peak Christmas period

Sunday, September 9, 2012

The Bookworms of China

The traditional publishing industry's prospects may be bleak overall, but there is a promising story to be found in an unexpected place, in a country plagued by censorship and bureaucracy: China

Friday, September 7, 2012

Guardian first book award: the longlist 2012

Guardian first book award: the longlist 2012


The China Factory by Mary Costello (Stinging Fly Press)

Absolution by Patrick Flanery (Atlantic)

The Art of Fielding by Chad Harbach (Fourth Estate)

Tony Hogan Bought Me an Ice-cream Float Before He Stole My Ma by Kerry Hudson (Chatto & Windus)

The Yellow Birds by Kevin Powers (Sceptre)

The Lifeboat by Charlotte Rogan (Virago)


Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo (Portobello)

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking by Susan Cain (Viking)

The Origins of Sex by Faramerz Dabhoiwala (Allen Lane)

Sandstorm: Libya in the Time of Revolution by Lindsey Hilsum (Faber)

Readers' choice

Pelt by Sarah Jackson (Bloodaxe)

Judge approves U.S. settlement with publishers over e-books

A U.S. judge approved on Thursday a Justice Department settlement with three publishers accused of conspiring with Apple Inc and other publishers to push up the prices of electronic books. U.S. District Judge Denise Cote in Manhattan said comments on the settlement were "voluminous and overwhelmingly negative," but there was no excuse for price-fixing. The Justice Department had accused Apple and five publishers in April of illegally colluding on prices as part of an effort to fight internet retailer Inc's dominance of e-books. The publishers who agreed to settle are News Corp's HarperCollins Publishers Inc, CBS Corp's Simon & Schuster Inc and Lagardere SCA's Hachette Book Group - Reuters

The Diary of a Young Girl digital edition

On October 18, sixty-seven years after her death - just three weeks shy of her 16th birthday - from typhus and malnutrition in Bergen-Belsen, Anne Frank's diary is being published as an interactive app by Viking, Penguin, and TradeMobile. With it, readers will be able to explore Anne Frank's world, to see what it looked like, what it sounded like, and what it felt like to live in hiding. With the touch of a button, the original manuscript pages of Anne's diary will appear, giving readers access to Anne's sketches, scribblers and notes. Readers will also be able to hear Helena Bonham Carter reading Anne's diary entries, watch videos of those who secretly helped Anne and her family to survive nearly two years of hiding in the "secret annex," and listen to original radio broadcasts, enabling the reader to experience history through Anne

2012 Principal Prince Claus Award to Argentinian publishing co-operative Eloísa Cartonera

Eloísa Cartonera is a publishing co-operative of handmade books of recycled materials. The materials are collected by cartoneros, unemployed who tried to survive after Argentina's political and economic collapse in 2001. Drawn to Eloísa's social solidarity, established and emerging Latin American writers donate short stories, novels and other forms of literature. Eloísa Cartonera transformed 'the book' from an unattainable object into a widely accessible source of pleasure, knowledge and self-development. More than 60 cartonera publishers are currently operating in countries across Latin America

Whitefox Publishing Services

Whitefox Publishing Services is a network of specialists, combining the best new talent with individuals who have been responsible for making some of the most successful books of the past 20 years

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Wellcome Trust Book Prize longlist (UK)

The longlist for the £25,000 Wellcome Trust Book Prize has been announced, bringing together a varied range of fiction and non-fiction on the theme of health, illness and medicine. From music to madness and from anatomy to genetic engineering, this eclectic mix of books reflects the extraordinary number of ways in which authors can explore medicine to make it both engaging and accessible. The longlist includes five novels and nine works of non-fiction:

John Coates - 'The Hour Between Dog and Wolf' (Fourth Estate)
Joshua Cody - '[Sic]' (Bloomsbury)
Nick Coleman - 'The Train in the Night' (Jonathan Cape)
Mohammed Hanif - 'Our Lady of Alice Bhatti' (Jonathan Cape)
Peter James - 'Perfect People' (Macmillan)
Harry Karlinsky - 'The Evolution of Inanimate Objects' (The Friday Project)
Darian Leader - 'What is Madness?' (Hamish Hamilton)
Ken Macleod - 'Intrusion' (Orbit)
Professor Peter Piot - 'No Time to Lose' (W W Norton & Company)
Michael Shermer - 'The Believing Brain' (Constable & Robinson)
Tim Spector - 'Identically Different' (Wiedenfeld & Nicolson)
Rose Tremain - 'Merivel: A man of his time' (Chatto & Windus)
Thomas Wright - 'Circulation' (Chatto & Windus)
Paul Zak - 'The Moral Molecule' (Transworld)

2012 Scotiabank Giller Prize longlist (Canada)

The 2012 Scotiabank Giller Prize jury has announced its longlist of books in the running for this year's award. The jury selected 13 titles out of 142 books, put forward by 51 publishers, from every region of Canada. This year's jury is made up of Irish author and screen writer Roddy Doyle (Dublin, Ireland); Canadian publisher, writer and essayist Anna Porter (Toronto, Canada); and American author and satirist Gary Shteyngart (New York City, USA). From a large and highly competitive field, the Scotiabank Giller Prize jury selected the following titles for this year's longlist:

Marjorie Celona for her novel Y, published by Hamish Hamilton Canada
Lauren B. Davis for her novel Our Daily Bread, published by HarperCollins Canada
Cary Fagan for his short story collection My Life Among the Apes, published by Cormorant Books
Will Ferguson for his novel 419, published by Viking Canada
Robert Hough for his novel Dr. Brinkley’s Tower, published by House of Anansi Press
Billie Livingston for her novel One Good Hustle, published by Random House Canada
Annabel Lyon for her novel The Sweet Girl, published by Random House Canada
Alix Ohlin for her novel Inside, published by House of Anansi Press
Katrina Onstad for her novel Everybody Has Everything, published by McClelland & Stewart/Emblem
CS Richardson for his novel The Emperor of Paris, published by Doubleday Canada
Nancy Richler for her novel The Imposter Bride, published by HarperCollins Canada
Kim Thúy for her novel Ru, translated by Sheila Fischman, published by Random House Canada
Russell Wangersky for his short story collection Whirl Away, published by Thomas Allen Publishers

Quickfire Workshops from The Publishing Training Centre

The Publishing Training Centre - "We are delighted to announce a brand new course format: Quickfire Workshops - concentrated, interactive, affordable, 4-hour workshops that hit your high-tech button. Drive innovation and dynamic growth in just an afternoon out of the office.

We will be launching this series of workshops on hot, topical themes in October 2012. We can't predict even six months in advance just what the topics will be, all we can promise you is that they will match the rapid rate of technological change. When you need to get up to speed with the latest developments, such as new releases of specific technology or latest trends, you can't hang around, sign up for news about the workshops by visiting the Quickfire Workshops page on our website.

Each workshop will comprise a technology update by an acknowledged expert and a hands-on, interactive session based on your needs. We will ask you to bring in real examples and projects you are working on"

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

London book and poetry events: 5-11 September, 2012

Book, poetry and spoken word events in London 5-11 September, 2012

The Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Awards 2012

The Rona Jaffe Foundation has announced winners of this year's Writers' Awards, which recognize six emerging women writers and awards each of them $30,000. The 2012 honorees are Julia Elliott (fiction), Christina Nichol (fiction), Lauren Goodwin Slaughter (poetry), Rachel Swearingen (fiction), Kim Tingley (nonfiction) and Inara Verzemnieks (nonfiction). They will be honored at a private ceremony on September 20 in New York City

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Tesco buys e-book store Mobcast for £4.5m

Tesco has bought an online e-book store co-founded by Bravo Two Zero author Andy McNab, in the retailer's latest push into the digital sector

Monday, September 3, 2012

Book trailer: Reign of the Night Creatures (The Everafter Chronicles, Book 1) by Casey Sean Harmon

Tate Publishing presents a new young adult adventure novel by author Casey Sean Harmon. Coming Spring 2013

Book trailer: Splintered by A.G. Howard

Splintered is an eerie and whimsical young adult fantasy spin-off of Lewis Carroll's beloved Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

Sunday, September 2, 2012

The Penguin Podcast: Action & Adventure feat. Jacqueline Wilson, Karen Maitland and Michelle Paver

Today's podcast is all about adventure - from medieval crime and Bronze Age Gods to ancient fairies

2012 Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Crime Novel winner

Neil Cross was announced as the winner of the 2012 Ngaio Marsh Award for Best Crime Novel for his book "Luther: The Calling"

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Layoffs at Perma-Bound books as schools shift towards digital reading

Perma-Bound books let go of 23 employees this week. Company president Jim Orr says about the same number of people were furloughed last year. He says some of this week's layoffs were people who were brought back. Perma-Bound employs about 280 people

Kobo and Independent bookstores join forces to expand eReading across the U.S.

Kobo and the American Booksellers Association have announced a new partnership to bring Kobo's eReading platform to independent bookstores across the United States

Brill launches domain for website and email addresses

Academic publisher Brill has announced the migration to as the new domain for the corporate website and the employees' email addresses. As of this week, will replace the previous domain In its 330th year, Brill's headquarters are still based in the Netherlands, but the new domain more accurately conveys the company's long standing tradition as an international publisher. "Moving to a .com domain is an adequate reflection of Brill's global scope and ambitions," says Herman A. Pabbruwe, CEO of Brill. Existing URLs and email addresses with the old domain will continue to be redirected indefinitely

Score free audiobooks from Audible with a simple Google search

If you love audiobooks but don't want to empty your wallet paying for them, this simple search trick will show you all the free audiobooks on While a lot of sites have a dedicated section to their free offerings (Amazon and iTunes, to name two), Audible does not - in fact, you can't even arrange your search results by price. Redditor Parrot0123 discovered a trick, though: just search Audible for "$0.00" using a site-specific Google search

2012 Tony Hillerman Writers Conference (USA)

2012 Tony Hillerman Writers Conference - November 8–10. 2012 - Santa Fe, NM. Established to honor mystery author Tony Hillerman, the conference keeps Hillerman's legacy alive with workshops on the art and craft of writing and welcomes writers of all genres and abilities