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“He came up from South America by bus. At the border between Mexico and Arizona, he bought a train ticket and rode through the night and well into the next day. A long arc through New Mexico, across the southeast tip of Colorado, and most of the way up through Kansas. He had nothing with him but his clothes and a small overnight bag. And a new name.”

 – Alex Grecian, The Saints of Wolves and Butchers

April 22nd MWA Midwest Chapter Meeting

April 17th, 2018|Comments Off on April 22nd MWA Midwest Chapter Meeting

"You've Written a Short Story. Now What?" 1pm - 3pm Evanston Public Library Main Branch Community Meeting Room 1703 Orrington Ave. Evanston, IL MWA Chapter Vice President J. Michael Major moderates this panel about what [...]

For MWA Members Only: Jeffery Deaver’s MWA-U lecture is up!

April 9th, 2018|Comments Off on For MWA Members Only: Jeffery Deaver’s MWA-U lecture is up!

If you weren't able to make it to March 18's MWA-U featuring Jeffery Deaver -- or if you have gaps in your notes that you'd like to remedy -- now's your chance! The videos are [...]

2018 MWA Midwest Critique Program Launches April 1

February 27th, 2018|Comments Off on 2018 MWA Midwest Critique Program Launches April 1

The MWA Midwest Critique Program (formerly "The Hugh Holton Program"), created in 2010 by the MWA Midwest chapter, was established to help aspiring mystery writers* develop and improve a manuscript related to crime fiction. Writers will [...]

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