Where to connect with Kaye George
Recent Interviews and Blog Appearances
I discussed where my ideas come from at Susan Schreyer's Writing Horses on January 8th.
E. B. Davis did an in-depth interview Jan. 22nd on Writers Who Kill.
L.A. Sartor listed EINE KLEINE MURDER on her April favorites list.
Mysterical-E carried this interview by Chris Verstraete about how I created my Neanderthal world.
Upcoming Interviews and Blog Appearances
Watch for a post on animals and music in June 11th at Sheila Boneham's blog .
Writing Conferences 2014
I attended a conference that's new to me--really two that are held together.Murder in the Magic City, February 8th, and Murder on the Menu, February 9th. The first is in Birmingham, Alabama, and the second in Wetumpka. Some of my pictures are on Travels with Kaye
I'm not sure how many times I've gone to Malice Domestic, but each one has been more fun than the last one. 2014 was no exception. I was honored by a third Agatha Award nomination, this one for DEATH IN THE TIME OF ICE as Best Historical of 2013. I blogged the trip at Make Mine Mystery. I'll mention that I was also honored to be the recipient of KB Inglee's Cadaver Award for the book she recommended the most in 2013. Same book!
Returning to Killer Nashville in August.
Writing Conferences 2013
I attended, with a new book by Barking Rain Press, Malice Domestic, May 3-5.
Now that we've moved to Tennessee, Killer Nashville, August 22-25. EINE KLEINE MURDER was a finalist for the Silver Falchion Award at this conference!
Writing Conferences 2012
Hill Country Book Festival in Georgetown, TX on February 11th.
Once again, Malice Domestic, April 27-29.
Writing Conferences 2011
Past Writing Conferences
As it says on the convention’s website, “If traditional mysteries are your cup of tea,” Malice Domestic is your kind of convention. Held every year in late April or early May since 1989, Malice was created to honor the type of mystery called traditional. The Agatha Awards are presented at Malice. Also awarded is the St. Martin's Press/Malice Domestic Contest for the Best First Traditional Mystery Novel.
I attended Left Coast Crime, another fan convention, for the first time in 2007 in Seattle. The Lefty Award, given to the year’s most humorous mystery, is presented at LCC.