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South Pasadena Author Victoria Patterson

South Pasadena Author Victoria Patterson
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The prose is so accomplished, so effortlessly nuanced and suggestive, that more than once I had to check Patterson’s bio to make sure this was her first book. (It is.) —Michael Leone in 2009 writing for the San Francisco Chronicle about Victoria Patterson’s Drift. The Chronicle chose Drift as one of the best books of […]

Sisters in Crime: Being a Hybrid

Sisters in Crime: Being a Hybrid

Mystery elicits passion. Mysteries elicit fervent fans and readers. Sisters in Crime L. A. is a chapter of an international organization. Sisters in Crime is a group of women passionate about the mystery genre—authors, agents, booksellers, librarians, publishers, and readers. On July 12th, mystery, thriller, and paranormal author Jeri Westerson will speak about her experience […]

Runaway Daughters. Voluptuous Neighbors.

Runaway Daughters. Voluptuous Neighbors.

“Stories so raw, we could not publish them.” That’s the tag line on the flyer for the Pasadena Writing Project’s 2nd annual public reading titled “Bars, Breasts and Borders—Too Hot to Print?” Writers from the Memoir Writing Workshop will be reading excerpts, followed by a Q&A and discussion period, and a wine and cheese reception […]

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