Registration is now open for Left Coast Crime 2013


Left Coast Crime is is the ultimate mystery fan convention, an annual event sponsored by mystery fans, where readers, writers, librarians and other mystery and thriller enthusiasts gather to share their mutual interest in the genre. Don’t miss out on the fun as Guest of Honors, Craig Johnson and Laura Lippman; Fan Guest of Honors, Tom and Enid Schantz (1938 – 2011); Toastmaster, David Corbett, The Last Resort Troubadour, Parnell Hall; and Ghost of Honor, Stephen Cannell all receive their just desserts “where murder is the last resort.”

*Register by October 1st* for your chance to win a free membership to Left Coast Crime 2014 in Monterey, CA. We will be throwing the names of all the people registered for con (minus the co-chairs and the GOHs) and drawing ONE name. The lucky winner will receive a free registration to Monterey, one they can use however they wish—register, donate it to auction, give it away to your BFF. Congratulations!

*Lock in your conference rate by making a $50 registration deposit before October 15th.* Don’t have the money to pay $235 for a full registration now? Don’t worry. Make a $50 deposit and we will hold your spot, lock in the rate AND give you priority status for panels. Balance due no later than January 31st.
*Receive priority status for panels if registered by November 15th*. If you are an author or an expert and want priority consideration for panels, sign up for the con. We are currently working on the program and those registered by mid-November will be given priority.

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