Mar 22, 2007

In The Air and On The Calander

Six Nights of Live Theater
Six Days of Writing Classes
A New Mystery Award
Kentucky Bluegrass

This is the First International Mystery Writers' Festival.

Looking for a way to start your summer with a bang? Crimespree suggests any fan or writer of our genre with a week of vacation time and a urge for adventure head for Owensboro, KY. from June 12 through the 17th.

The RiverPark Center in Owensboro is one of our nation's newer treasures and the FIRST INTERNATIONAL MYSTERY WRITERS' FESTIVAL is their most ambitious project. Over six days and six nights CEO Zev Buffman will be reining in hundreds of talented actors, writers, producers, agents, publishers and critics.

Look for Crimespree's interview with Mr. Buffman next Monday. But make
your reservations now.

The Plays?
They include · “Final Curtain” by Ed McBain. · “Death by Darkness,” by
Elizabeth Orndorff. · “Columbo Takes the Rap” by William Link. · “Panic” by
Joseph Goodrich. · “Widdershins” by Don Nigro. · “If/Then” by David Foley.

The Teachers?
They include Sue Grafton, James W. Hall, John Jakes, Stuart M. Kaminsky,
Ira Levin, William Link, Samuel “Biff” Liff, Jeff Lee

The Award?
The "Angie". This award will be presented to and named after Angela
Lansbury by Kentucky's Governor Ernie Fletcher at a televised gala.

The Bluegrass?
Hey it's Kentucky. It's summer. It's everywhere!

Need more convincing? Check these sites
River Park Center
New Mysteries Website
Visit Owensboro

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