A Zoom Panel discussion brought to you by Mystery Writers Of America NorCal Chapter!
Plot: to plan or contrive especially secretly; to scheme
Plotters and Pantsers have a lot in common. They all strive to include every necessary element of a good plot. But, what are those elements and how do they all join together to become something greater than the parts themselves? To find out join us, on Zoom, for this lively discussion!
• Camille Minichino received her Ph.D. in physics from Fordham University. She is currently on the faculty of Golden Gate University, San Francisco, and teaches writing throughout the Bay Area. Camille is Past President and a member of Mystery Writers of America NorCal, NorCal Sisters in Crime, and the California Writer’s Club.
• Glenda Carroll wrote a weekly sailing column for the Marin Independent Journal for 19 years. During that time, she also wrote for local, national, and international sailing publications. She branched into travel writing and her features have appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Travel & Leisure, Ford Times, Chevron USA, Defenders of Wildlife, and Bay & Delta Yachtsman.
• Deborah Crombie’s fifth novel, Dreaming of the Bones, was a New York Times Notable Book in 1997, was named by the Independent Mystery Booksellers as one of the 100 Best Crime Novels of the Century, was an Edgar nominee for Best Novel, and won the Macavity award for Best Novel. Subsequent novels have been published to critical acclaim and in a dozen languages.
• Eileen Rendahl is a national-bestselling award-winning author of mystery, thriller, urban fantasy, romantic comedy, and romantic suspense. She also writes as Kristi Abbott, Lillian Bell, and Eileen Carr.