January’s speaker, Dustin Dodd, shared many interesting tales about his life in law enforcement. He’s been a street cop, worked in the bomb squad, a K-9 cop, is now a detective and does forensic and computer work as well.

He said being a K-9 cop was his best assignment,...

Always check out these opportunities carefully. We don't guarantee anything. We just pass them along, Google them (no links included). If it doesn't come up easily by the name we've given, add 'magazine' and 'submissions.' That should get you to the right

website. Good...

No joke! Well, maybe not INTO a bar, but through the bar into our meeting room at Yosemite Falls Cafe.

September's speaker, Anthony Capozzi, Federal Defense lawyer, will introduce our November speaker retired Justice James A. Ardaiz.

Ardaiz's resume is long and varied. A...

At our last San Joaquin Sisters-in-Crime meeting, we separated into Readers and Writers and did activities in keeping with those groups. Terrance shared some horror submission sites that have accepted his stories. He should be sharing those in the newsletter this month...

Eve Davidson Hernandez joined us for September to give us advice as writers and entrepreneurs. She first talked about Facebook pages. What you should have on your author page as opposed to your personal page--very different animals. Your author page should represent yo...

Our August speaker, Anthony Capozzi, was one of our most popular speakers yet. We had an almost full house and everyone had complements for his talk.

As a Federal Defense lawyer he’s covered many of California’s infamous crimes. One in Yosemite (which is the most crime...

Anthony P. Capozzi, Esq., will be our speaker this month. He was appointed to the Commission on Judicial Performance as a lawyer member by the Governor April 6, 2010, and reappointed December 23, 2013. Mr. Capozzi served as the chairperson of the commission from March...

That's how Lindy Gligorijevic describes her writing style.

If you missed June’s meeting, you missed a terrific speaker. Lindy, with the difficult to pronounce last name, is the Chief Investigator for the Tulare County District Attorney's Office, Bureau of Investigations...

RECAP OF MAY MEETING: 

  Listen up, all you possible perps, last month’s speaker was Melody Walcott, a former public defender for the federal court. She’s the gal who can give you the lay of the land if you’re arrested on national park land.

     Our national parks have...

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