Please join Sisters in Crime in supporting the non-profit Dramatic Question Theatre at our upcoming reading
on Tuesday, October 27th.
Tickets are limited. So, purchase yours now at:
Join the Dramatic Question Theatre (DQT) for a special event and reading featuring members of Sisters In Crime, an organization dedicated to the professional development of women crime writers.
The DQT is raising money to produce two new plays:
o IN THE NIGHT EVERYONE IS EQUAL by Erica Silberman
o THE SHOO-IN by Michael Mejias.
Readers from Sisters in Crime will include:
Where: People’s United Bank, 250 Park Ave, NYC
When: 6:00 to 8:00 pm on Thursday, October 27th (Social hour begins at 6:00, followed by readings.)
How much: Tickets are $20 (tax-deductible).
Seating is limited to 40 tickets, so get yours before the event sells out!
Come hear literary publicist Julie Schoerke of JKS Communications, a “team of professionals who specialize in media relations, new-model book tours, social networking, online visibility, book trailer production and website development specifically for the book publishing industry.”
It can seem that as soon as an author has crested the obstacles to seeing her book published, she encouters a whole new set of hurdles to getting it into the hands of readers. Julie will help us understand the mystery book market and the challenges to becoming a winner. She will demystify the role of the publicist, providing tips, tools, and resources to help you stand out from the crowd, whether you’re on the traditional or indie publishing path.
Our meeting begins at 6:30pm at the Jefferson Market Library. We encourage guests to join us for meetings and to come along for our optional neighborhood dinner afterwards. More details about the location and schedule are available at our Meetings Page.
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