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“Abby’s phone went off twice while she was running, buzzing angrily in the pouch at her waist. She ignored it. The phone was there for emergencies, not because she thought she owed it to the world to be accessible anywhere at any time. Her running time was hers and nobody else’s. Anybody with anything important to say would leave a message.”

 – Sam Reaves, Running in the Dark

Starting 2018 with MWA Midwest!

January 28th, 2018|Comments Off on Starting 2018 with MWA Midwest!

Publicist Dana Kaye spoke at our January meeting on productivity, and you can watch the video on our Facebook page. Another reason to visit our Facebook page is our first Facebook Potluck of the year on Friday, [...]

The Winners of our 2017 Hugh Holton Awards Announced

December 8th, 2017|Comments Off on The Winners of our 2017 Hugh Holton Awards Announced

It is our pleasure to announce the winners of the 2017 Hugh Holton Awards. The winner of the prize for member submissions, selected by agent and MWA Midwest member Alice Speilburg, is Susan Hammerman (Illinois), [...]

Hugh Holton Contest Open; Deadline Oct. 15

October 1st, 2017|Comments Off on Hugh Holton Contest Open; Deadline Oct. 15

Unpublished crime fiction manuscript competition opens Oct. 1 Mystery Writers of America Midwest Chapter’s annual Hugh Holton Award Contest welcomes literary agent Alice Speilburg as judge.   The Mystery Writers of America Midwest Chapter is [...]

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