Join Sisters in Crime Australia for SheKilda3: One Day Crime Spree as we celebrate a quarter of a century of reading, watching, promoting and loving women’s crime writing on the page and screen.
SheKilda3 is our third national convention – for readers, writers and fans of Australian women’s crime writing - being held at St Kilda Town Hall starting at 9.30am on Saturday, 19 November 2016 involving more than 40 leading Australian novelists, true-crime writers, screenwriters, lawyers, producers, publishers and scholars.
There is a ticket type to suit everyone:
Full Day Convention Ticket - this includes EVERYTHING - all catering for the day, the Great Debate, our fabulous cocktail party and a seat at the 2016 Scarlet Stiletto Awards. This ticket also includes a Priority Invitation for the ticket holder to attend a SheKilda3 Pitch Session!
If you can't make the whole day there are morning or afternoon ticket options and all sessions are available for individual purchase!
Members discounts are available - please note that your membership must be current at the time of purchase.
Please note that ticket purchases to this convention will incur an EventBrite processing fee at checkout.
Terms & Conditions: Tickets for this convention are non-refundable but may be transferred to another person. Please contact email@example.com if you wish to transfer your ticket to another name.
SheKilda3 Convention queries contact: Carmel Shute on 0412 569 356.
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Sisters in Crime Australia
Sisters in Crime Australia is a 500+ member strong organisation promoting and supporting women crime writers across all genres. Sisters in Crime Australia currently have chapters in Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. Sisters in Crime has no paid staff or funding – just keen volunteers. Sisters in Crime Australia hosts a busy yearly calendar of events including interview panels, debates, book launches, quiz nights and tours of places such as the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine and the Victoria Police Museum. Events are open to members of the public. Men or ‘brothers in law’ are welcome to attend events and join. Checkout our website and facebook to keep up with our current events.