P R E S S R E L E A S E
Announcing a unique crime blog March 10, 2008:
WOMEN IN CRIME INK
Set to launch on Monday, March 10, 2008, at http://www.womencrimeink.blogspot.com
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 713/444-8700
Profiling the nation’s most intriguing criminals . . . interviewing killers, survivors, witnesses, and lawyers . . . recreating faces on skulls to help identify victims and solve cases . . . prosecuting and locking up serial and sexual killers . . . witnessing executions on Texas Death Row . . . covering the nation’s top crime stories . . . and uncovering truth in the face of jail time and death threats.
These are the daily tasks of the ten women who make up Women in Crime Ink (WCI). Beginning March 10, they will share their day-to-day adventures and behind-the-scenes stories that are always stranger than fiction. WCI will also feature interviews as well as book and film reviews. Expect guest contributor blogs from those impacted by crime and a “Mystery Man” column, written by men in the crime biz. Additionally, WCI will host live chats with selected crime authors promoting their books.
Women in Crime Ink has assembled an impressive lineup of award-winning true-crime authors, print and broadcast journalists, crime novelists, producers for CNN and CBS News, television personalities, and criminal justice professionals—including a forensic artist, a criminal profiler, a prosecutor, and a private investigator. From the West Coast to the Eastern Seaboard, they have crime covered. Meet the Women in Crime Ink:
Pat Brown is a nationally renowned Criminal Profiler and author of Killing for Sport.
Andrea Campbell is a forensic artist who writes books about forensic science and law.
Kathryn Casey is a true-crime author whose first novel on a Texas Ranger debuts this summer.
Tina Dirmann is a crime and entertainment reporter, a commentator, and a true-crime author.
Diane Fanning is the Edgar-nominated author of seven true crime books and one mystery novel.
Jenna Jackson is a producer for 48 Hours whose first true-crime book was recently released.
Vanessa Leggett is a crime writer jailed by the Justice Department for protecting sources for a book.
Donna Pendergast is a prosecutor who put away perhaps the most prolific serial killer in U. S. history.
Donna Weaver is a PI whose career began with her husband’s disappearance and murder.
Grace Wong is a field producer for CNN’s In Session and has covered 100s of criminal trials.
For a fresh take on crime and media issues, bookmark www.womenincrimeink.blogspot.com