I'll be teaching a seminar on Hard-Boiled and Noir Mystery Fiction in a couple weeks at Bistro on the Lake.

Here are the Details:

Are you interested in the dark side?

Explore the elements of hard-boiled and noir fiction and discuss the differences and similarities of these mystery sub-genres. Perfect for both new and seasoned writers, as well as readers of mystery fiction and fans of film noir.

When: Thursday July 23, 2009; 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

Where: Bistro on the Lake on Fullerton Avenue and the Banks of Lake Michigan.

Cost: $25

Registration: Send your name and phone number to: IguanaPublications@Hotmail.com

This seminar will take place rain or shine. Bring a jacket, since it can be up to 10 degrees cooler by the lake. No outside food or drink allowed at the Bistro.

John Weagly is a Derringer Award winning and Spinetingler Award nominated
author with over 50 published short stories published in the Crime and Horror fields.

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