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Writers of America
The premier organization for mystery writers and other professionals in
the mystery field. Established in 1945 to promote and protect the interests
and welfare of mystery writers and to increase the esteem and literary
recognition given to the genre. Awarded Phyllis Whitney the Edgar Allan
Poe award for best juvenile mystery in 1961 and 1964, and their prestigious
Grand Master Award for lifetime achievement in 1988.
The annual convention in metropolitan Washington, D.C., saluting the traditional
mystery--books best typified by the works of Agatha Christie. Awarded
Phyllis A. Whitney their Agatha Award for lifetime achievement in 1990.
Society of Midland Authors
One of the oldest, most prestigious literary societies in the United States.
Awarded Phyllis A. Whitney their award for lifetime achievement in 1995.
American Crime Writer's League (ACWL)
Showcases today's mystery and suspense writers' new books and stories,
tour schedules, and web links.
Web site of the nation's oldest literary magazine and a valuable resource
for writers. Publisher of numerous articles written by Phyllis A. Whitney,
and her best-selling Guide to Fiction Writing.
and operated by the well-known publisher Otto Penzler, this bookshop is
one of the oldest in America and offers a
wide selection of new mystery-related fiction, signed first editions,
rare and collectible books, and more. Otto Penzler is
the founder of The Mysterious Press, an imprint of the Warner Publishing
company, and was instrumental in reissuing Phyllis A. Whitney's novel
The Red Carnelian in paperback in 1989.
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