Marine Mystery Author Pauline Rowson is to be involved in the CWA initiatives for 2011

I'm delighted that once again I am to be involved in the Crime Writers' Association (CWA) initiatives for 2011. These include National Crime Writing Week, formerly National Crime Fiction Week, which will run between June 13 and 19, 2011. The name change is designed to encompass both non-fiction and fiction.  The nationwide celebration of crime writing will see the culmination of the CWA Young Crime Writers' Competition, which was run by libraries and the CWA this year and attracted 600 entries nationwide.

I was the CWA judge for entries on the South Coast of England  and will once again judge entries for the region in 2011. It was a tough competition to judge because some of the entries were outstanding. I'm looking forward to seeing what next year brings.

In addition, during National Crime Writing Week, members of the CWA, including yours truly, will be taking part in events and workshops.

There'll be more about events, National Crime Writing Week and the CWA Young Crime Writers' Competition which will  launch on January 10 both here on my blog and on my web site in the coming weeks.


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