Join us October 20th for the kickoff of series, Prose in the Afternoon at SPC. Meet murder mystery writer and award-winning author Sue Owens Wright for a reading from her book, Ears for Murder.
Prose writers you are invited to bring your best hooks” for the open mic. Bring your juiciest, scariest, funniest, sexiest and or most provocative 100 words or less that entreat a reader to want to read more of your stuff. Spooky, scary, paranormal stuff encouraged!
Date/Time: Oct. 20th, 4-5:30
Sacramento Poetry Center1719 25th Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
Sue Owens Wright–
About the Author
Photo by Aniko Kiezel
Sue Owens Wright is an award-winning author of fiction and nonfiction. She is a twelve-time finalist for the Maxwell, awarded annually by the Dog Writers Association of America (DWAA) to the best writer on the subject of dogs. She has won three Maxwell Awards and earned special recognition from the Humane Society of the United States for her writing. She writes the acclaimed Beanie and Cruiser Mystery Series, including Howling Bloody Murder, Sirius About Murder, Embarking On Murder and Braced For Murder, which is recommended on the American Kennel Club’s list of Best Dog Books. Ears for Murder won the Maxwell Award in 2018. She is also the author of a historical thriller, The Secret of Bramble Hill. Her nonfiction books include What’s Your Dog’s IQ?, 150 Activities for Bored Dogs, and People’s Guide to Pets. She has been published in numerous magazines, including Dog Fancy, Mystery Scene, AKC GAZETTE, Fido Friendly, The Bark, and Animal Fair. Her work also appears in several anthologies, including Fightin’ Words—25 Years of Provocative Poetry and Prose from the Blue Collar PEN along with Norman Mailer and other literary notables.
Wright graduated from California State University and has taught elementary school, college English and adult writing courses. She did MFA studies in fiction writing at the Universities of Dublin and Galway in Ireland and University College London in England. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America, DWAA, Sisters in Crime, PEO International, Pastel Society of the West Coast, SSPCA, and Daughters of the American Revolution.
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Also Todd Boyd will read a flash fiction piece-The Hunter and the Saint. + Open Mic 100 word (or less) “hook” piece.