More Deadly Than The Male: A ‘Crime and Wine’ Evening with the Killer Women, in association with Newcastle Noir @ the Lit & Phil - Friday 11th March 6pm £7/£5
Most crime fiction, even the bloodiest, darkest stories, is bought and read by women. Why do women love to read – and write – crime fiction? Are men and women equally subject to violence? What does the latest research suggest about violence in the male and female brains? Where do the Killer Women find their inspiration? Expect knife-sharp debate, black humour and a unique insight into a writer’s life as Erin Kelly, MJ McGrath, Louise Millar and Kate Rhodes talk to Newcastle Noir’s Jacky Collins about their books. Ticket price includes a glass of wine and a free book!
The Killer Women are a group of female crime writers who bring innovative events, debates and writing workshops to libraries and festivals across the UK and the world: www.killerwomen.org
Lit & Phil, 23 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE
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