2019 events!

23 March, Saturday, 4:00-6:00 pm — I’ll be one of a half dozen crime writers presenting a bookstore appreciation check from Sisters in Crime to BookTree in Kirkland, WA.
After the ceremony we’ll be talking about our books and signing. Come chat with us and buy books to support Kirkland’s independent bookstore!

11 April, Thursday, 7:-8:30 pm–I have the honor and delight of interviewing Mary Daheim on the occasion of the publication of A Case of Bier, her 68th book!!!! Sponsored by Puget Sound Sisters in Crime & Third Place Books
Third Place Books–Lake Forest Park

27 April, Saturday, 9 am – 4 pm, Heroes, Villains, and Victims: The Eternal Triangle, a workshop featuring Nancy Martin in the morning, and, in the afternoon, a panel with Candace Robb, Curt Colbert, & Ingrid Toft talking about how we create our heroes, villains, and victims. Information and a link for registration here.
Scene of the crime: Phinney Neighborhood Center, Seattle

UK events in May–I look forward to seeing you!

16 May, Thursday, 6:30-8:00 pm, I’ll be at the Leeds Library, Commercial St., Leeds, in conversation with Chris Nickson and Sara Porter (editor, Severn House)

18 May, Saturday, 2:00-3:00 pm, I’ll be giving a talk at Pontefract Castle: Kings, Wolves, & Coroners (£3–tickets  here) More details here. I look forward to seeing you!

21 May, Tuesday, 6:00-8:00 pm, I’ll be in York! De Grey Lecture Theatre, York St. John University, in conversation with Chris Nickson and Kate Lyall Grant (publisher, Severn House)

17 August 2019, Saturday, noon-1:00pm  Come chat with me while I sign copies of A Conspiracy of Wolves (and many other books!) at the wonderful Edmonds Bookshop
(111 Fifth Ave South   Edmonds, WA 98020) 
Make a day of it and explore this beautiful town on the Sound!



5 thoughts on “Appearances/Events”

  1. Mary Morse said:

    Hi Emma–I finally got around to reading your blog. It’s wonderful–full of lively an intriguing research tidbits. I’ve bookmarked it. Maybe I can get Sus and Heidi to your SF events. Then you finally can meet my lovely girls. Summer in Duluth is very relaxing. I hope you’re getting a little break too! Here’s to Alice! Mary


  2. Hey, Mary–Thanks for the feedback! Hah–a break? I wish…. I’m so glad you’re having one.

    It would be such fun to meet Sus and Heidi. I’ll email you with more details. Emma


  3. peg rider said:

    When will you return to Owen Archer?


  4. Hi Candace – It’s a long time since I cried at the death of a character, but I did at Thoresby’s death in Vigil of Spies. As a writer of crime fantasy set in an alternate Tudor history, your skill in drawing me in and making me live the story speaks for itself. I discovered Lucie and Owen a long time ago and, as I live relatively close to York, their stories have always held that extra dimension. More Owen Archer and soon. Please??


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