- Launched in 1994, this conference offers the audience the unique experience of hearing their favourite authors exploring a theme. It has become a significant entry in the calendar of crime fiction conferences and is a wonderful way to spend a weekend with like-minded devotees of crime fiction.
Speakers examined the many areas crime fiction covers: the police detective, historical, ‘hard- boiled’, clerical, classical fairy tales, domestic, the golden age gems, and the light-hearted. See how the story of our 24th conference unfolded!
- — Mark Billingham (@MarkBillingham)Mon, Aug 21 2017 08:28:03Had a wonderful time at my first @hildascrime last weekend. So much enthusiasm for the genre and SO many very smart people.
- — Cheryl McGeachan (@CherylMcGeachan)Sun, Aug 20 2017 17:43:43
- — Ayo Onatade (@Shotsblog)Sun, Aug 20 2017 13:46:32
- — Stella Duffy (@stellduffy)Sun, Aug 20 2017 13:17:55My first time @ #hildascrime - very grateful to be asked, lovely speaking to people with such knowledge of the genre and its writers. https://twitter.com/ngaiomarshaward/status/899256986713436160 …
- — Ngaio Marsh Awards (@ngaiomarshaward)Sun, Aug 20 2017 13:11:45.@stellduffy with the visuals at #hildascrime. We're getting so excited for MONEY IN THE MORGUE #yeahnoir https://twitter.com/TraversOxf/status/899236324535914498 …
- — Ayo Onatade (@Shotsblog)Sun, Aug 20 2017 14:05:08
- — Ayo Onatade (@Shotsblog)Sun, Aug 20 2017 11:07:15
- — Ayo Onatade (@Shotsblog)Sun, Aug 20 2017 10:50:19
- — Ayo Onatade (@Shotsblog)Sun, Aug 20 2017 11:09:51
‘Another Crime, Another Place: The role of location in crime fiction.’
St Hilda's Mystery and Crime Conference 2017