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Future Events

July, 2021

Saturday
17
Worcester Public Library Zoom Platform
2:30 PM
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In this virtual workshop, authors, Steve Liskow and Carol Orange, will discuss how they use their backgrounds--Steve‘s in music and Carol‘s in art--to create compelling mysteries, and show audience members how they can use their life experiences to do the same.

August, 2021

Saturday
14
The Publick House
10:00 AM
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Join us on Saturday, August 14 for a morning workshop outside in a garden tent at the Publick House in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, followed by a luncheon buffet and cash bar, with plenty of time for socializing.

September, 2021

Tuesday
14
Athol Public Library
7:00 PM
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In this fun, fast-paced improv game, which will be held either in-person or virtually (check this site for more information as the time approaches), authors, Kate Flora, J.A. McIntosh, Clea Simon, and Sharon Yang, will brainstorm to create a brand new mystery using suggestions from the audience.
Tuesday
28
Curtis Memorial Library, virtual or in-person event to be announced
7:00 PM
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Multi-published author, Edith Maxwell, will discuss her various series with a focus on the latest books in each one. She will also reveal how she manages to write several series at the same time.

October, 2021

Tuesday
5
Curtis Memorial Library (Zoom account or in-person to be announced)
7:00 PM
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In this event, which may be held either virtually or in-person, Carol Orange will discuss how she used her extensive background in the art world to write her debut mystery, A Discerning Eye, about the Gardner Museum heist.