Welcome writers and readers! We are the Sacramento, California chapter of Sisters in Crime, an international mystery writers organization dedicated to enhancing visibility and representation of diverse voices in the genre and across the marketplace. 

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Coffee Hour at A Seat at the Table

Join hosts Sarah Bresniker and Jennifer Morita at our fourth coffee hour with local crime writers as we discuss our experiences with the writing, publishing, and marketing processes. 

Whether you’re a seasoned pro or struggling through your first draft, it’s a great chance to network with your tribe and maybe get a few questions answered. The event will be held in the bookstore’s cafe, so you’ll be able to get whatever drinks or snacks you want right at the table! Come enjoy the company of others who can’t resist the lure of (fictional) crime!

A Seat at the Table has graciously offered to host our meeting, and we’re sure you’ll enjoy browsing their shelves, finding a book (or two or three) that need to come home with you!

Space is limited so please register if you plan on attending.

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We are the Sacramento, California chapter of Sisters in Crime. We promote the ongoing advancement, recognition and professional development of women crime writers.

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