help_outline Skip to main content
HomeEvents

Events - Future Events View

The event calendar shows upcoming club events. Select a view then use the navigation buttons to move between dates. Click on the event to view more information, including the event description, times, location, fees and any rules regarding attendance; you can also register for events from this screen. Click on the magnifying glass on the toolbar to see search and filter options.


Future Events

March, 2021

Monday
8
The Zoom account of the the Boston Public Library, Honan Allston Branch
7:00 PM
More Info
Less Info
In this fun, fast-paced virtual improv game, authors, Jolene Grace, Gin Maillet, Carol Orange, and Carolyn Wilkins, will brainstorm to create a brand new mystery, using suggestions from the audience. To register go to the Events section of the Boston Public Library website: http://www.bpl.org, choose March 8 as the date on the left; location, online; then, event type, author talk. This gets you to the event listing; then if you click on the title, you‘ll get to the page where you can register.

Saturday
20
You need to be logged into the website to register for this virtual event.
3:00 PM
More Info
Less Info
Join us for an introduction to writing short fiction with information for the emerging writer, the novelist, and those looking for an additional business model. Our speaker, Mark Lefebvre, is a published Canadian thriller and horror writer. Between 2011 and 2017, Mark worked as the Director of Self-Publishing and Author Relations for Kobo, where he was the driving force behind Kobo Writing Life. This free author/small-publisher-friendly platform publishes directly to Kobo‘s global catalog in 190 countries. By the end of 2016, Kobo Writing Life established itself as the #1 single source of weekly global unit sales for Kobo, resulting in one in every four eBooks sold. Mark has spoken professionally in the United States and Canada, in the UK, and across Europe, describing the vast and incredible opportunities for writers and publishers. You can learn more about Mark and find a listing of his work on his website: http://markleslie.ca/
Wednesday
24
The Zoom account of the Framingham Public Library
7:00 PM
More Info
Less Info
In this virtual panel, authors, Lisa Lieberman and Tilia Jacobs, will discuss how women mystery writers are redefining the genre by creating strong women characters. (link to register: http://bit.ly/FPL-Events)