This year the conference is broken down into two parts, those events that are pre-taped and can be accessed at any time between 8 a.m. Friday, October 16 through 8 p.m. Saturday, October 17 (PDT), and those that are live and can only be seen during the time allotted to them.
These are available to view at your convenience any time during the conference:
GUEST OF HONOR INTERVIEWS
- Halle Ephron interviews Scott Turow
- Gary Phillips interviews Walter Mosley
- Martin Edwards interviews Anthony Horowitz
- Simon Wood interviews Anne Perry
- Rachel Howzell Hall interviews Cara Black
- Catriona McPherson interviews Janet Rudolph
- Jessica Lourey interviews Catriona McPherson
- Welcome from Master of Ceremonies Catriona McPherson
- Introduction of Macavity Awards from Janet Rudolph, Fan Guest of Honor
- Introduction of the Barry Awards from George Easter
- Introduction of the Anthony Award nominees by category
- Introduction of the candidates for the Board of Directors
Round-table discussions on specific topics
FAMILY REUNION WITH SISTERS IN CRIME PAST PRESIDENTS
A few of Sisters in Crime’s past presidents consider how their work reflects and interacts with the real world, how they have worked in and through a changing publishing landscape, and how service to the writing community has shaped their careers:
- Frankie Bailey
- Catriona McPherson
- Sara Paretsky
- Lori Rader-Day
- Hank Phillipi Ryan
Moderated by 2020-21 SinC President SG Wong
HELP! I’VE BEEN HACKED!
Find out how cybercrime and cyberterrorism lurk beneath the surface in government and commercial organizations and how cybersecurity companies are battling it. Authors will learn how to weave hackers, cybercriminals, and international nefarious cybercrime organizations into various genres of crime fiction such as cozy mysteries, detective tales, and thrillers.
- Ross Carley
- Chris Collins
- Doyle Groves
- Steve Lodin
ANTHONY BOUCHER RADIO PLAY, NorCal MWA
The NorCal Chapter of Mystery Writers of America produced this vintage radio play from “The Casebook of Gregory Hood,” written by Anthony Boucher, especially for Boucheron.