- Author Info
- Book Room Info
To qualify for a panel slot authors are required to register for a full CRIMEFEST pass.
Authors will be offered a place on one or more panels anytime between Thursday and Sunday afternoon (30 May-2 June). The organisers will try—but can not guarantee—to accommodate any requests for particular days or times. It may not be possible for a panellist to be given a different time slot or panel if they are unable to accept the one they are given.
All authors published commercially in the UK in the English language are eligible for a panel. This includes translated authors. Authors not published in the UK should contact the organisers at email@example.com regarding panel eligibility.
Authors with recent publications (2012/2013) receive priority, but the aim is to give everyone at least one panel. Where possible, authors with two panels will be scheduled on consecutive days. (Specific dates may be requested but can not be guaranteed.)
Prospective panellists are asked to send a brief bio (up to 75 words) and a photo (jpg/tiff file at 300 dpi) by either email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by regular mail. Photos will not be returned.
Panel suggestions are welcome.
For those invited to be moderators, and for authors who wish to ensure a successful appearance we recommend: The Moderator's Manifesto: How To Moderate A Great Panel.
CRIMEFEST's onsite book dealer will be the Bristol branch of Blackwell.
Richard Reynolds (email@example.com) from Heffers Bookshop (part of Blackwell) in Cambridge is in charge of book orders for CRIMEFEST 2013.
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