Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Bad Cop…No Donut

Last night I attended our monthly MWA chapter dinner meeting, where a panel of mystery authors discussed their anthology Bad Cop…No Donut.

It was very entertaining (with a title like that, how could it not be?).

Editor (and contributing author) John French was joined by James Grady, Quintin Peterson, Austin Camacho, and cover designer Ver Curtis (is Ver short for coVER?), as they talked about their stories, their experiences “on the streets,” and their other writing projects.


A good time was had by all. And, as usual, the cake was delicious.

The best thing? Now I’ve got 15 “Tales of Police Behaving Badly” to read. Yay!



Elspeth Futcher said...

Okay, best title of an anthology EVER.

Alissa Grosso said...

With a title like that, how can the book not be good?

Jane Kennedy Sutton said...

Sounds like fun. I agree with Elspeth and Alissa about the title.

Alan Orloff said...

You're all right--it's an awesome title. Wish I'd thought of it! "Bad Writer, No Chocolate" just doesn't have the same ring to it.

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

I love it! And you even got to have cake. :) Sounds like a good meeting.