Murder 203 in Connecticut

This weekend I’ll be up in Connecticut along with a plethora of excellent crime writers, including Guest of Honor Linda Fairstein, for the inaugural Murder 203 festival, held at the Easton and Westport Libraries as well as the Helen Keller Middle School. The full schedule is here, and the two panels I’ll be moderating are:

Saturday, 11:15-noon
Do Crime Writers Need to be Forensic Specialists?
D.H. Dublin, Mary-Ann Tirone Smith, Lawrence Goldstone, Chris Grabenstein

Saturday, 3:45-4:30
What Makes a Villain Memorable?
James R. Benn, Reed Farrel Coleman, Robert Ellis, Jason Starr

Look forward to seeing old friends and meeting new faces and mystery fans.