I will also often be in the book room, the hospitality room, anywhere free food is, and of course hanging out in the bar area with everyone else in the evenings.
Wednesday, Nov. 12
3-5 pm: Volunteering at registration
Thursday, Nov. 13
3-3:20 pm Author Focus: Catherine Lea (Harbor B)
Interviewing/haranguing Catherine Lea of New Zealand, author of THE CANDIDATE'S DAUGHTER, at her author focus session.
Friday, Nov. 14
11:30-12:30: Crime Novel as Social Novel (Regency C)
Dealing With Issues and Problems of our Time
Moderator Hilary Davidson
Panelists: Joseph Clifford, Les Edgerton, Sara J. Henry, Bill Loehfelm, Tim O’Mara
3-4 pm: Beyond Hammett, Chandler, and Spillane (Promenade 104 B)
Lesser Known Writers of the Pulp and Paperback Eras
Moderator Peter Rozovsky
Panelists: Max Allen Collins, Sara J. Henry, Charles Kelly, Gary Phillips, Sarah Weinman
Saturday, Nov. 15
10-11 am: Bloody Murder (104BC)
Moderators Sara Paretsky and Charlaine Harris - Some 50 authors reveal one of their favorite lesser-known mystery authors. (Mine are no secret, but I'm wavering between Charlotte Armstrong and Carol O'Connell. I'd include Chris F. Holm in my dilemma, but he IS nominated for an Anthony award this year.)
7 pm: Anthony Awards Presentation
Anthony Award presentation. Terrace Theater Lobby - Of course I'll be here, as I'm up for the best novel award!
Best novel nominees: Robert Crais, Julia Spencer-Fleming, Sara J. Henry, William Kent Krueger, Hank Phillippi Ryan. All nominees listed here.
Post-Anthony Awards Reception hosted by Grand Central Publishing immediately following in the Terrace Theater Lobby