Tag Archives: Paul Doiron

Support Your Local Library

In honor of National Library Week, here’s a post we did as a group way back when MCW was young. The sentiment still holds–writers love libraries. We love our local libraries, we love the libraries we visit, and we love … Continue reading

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Mysteries for Your Book Club

Hi. Barb here. Or rather there. By the time you read this, I’ll be on the road to Key West, probaby somewhere in the Carolinas, if you’re reading on the day it posted. Recently, I was thrilled to be included … Continue reading

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Thirteen Reasons why Maine is the BEST Place to Live

Recently Maine Crime Writers alum Paul Doiron, building on the theme of this year’s crime writing conference, the Maine Crime Wave, wrote a blog post that got a lot of traction on BuzzFeed about why Maine is the scariest place … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: June 7-8, 2014

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by John Clark (Monday), Sarah Graves (Tuesday), Kate Flora (Wednesday), and Vicki Doudera (Friday), with a guest blog from Maureen Milliken on Thursday. In the news department, here’s what’s happening … Continue reading

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And A Good Time Was Had By All

Kate Flora here. It’s not my day to blog, but today’s scheduled blogger is lost in a sea of confusion. Not surprising.  This weekend, many of your friendly neighborhood Maine Crime Writers were gathered at the Glickman Library in Portland … Continue reading

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