Bouchercon 2014 in a few more words and pictures
I've already mentioned my discovery of Dolores Hitchens, Charlotte Armstrong, Roy Huggins, and Ennis Willie in the course of my preparation for the panel, thanks to panelists Sarah Weinman, Sara J. Henry, and Max Allan Collins.
This was an especially rich Bouchercon for new discoveries, and I'm grateful to the panelists who helped me make them. (I intend no slight to the fifth panelist, Charles Kelly. I'd already started reading his author, Dan J. Marlowe, two years before the convention.) And here are a few more photos from Bouchercon 2014, all photos by your formerly humble blog keeper, with the exception of the Double Trouble cover.
At left is Ingrid Willis, who did such a fine job as chair of this year's Bouchercon. The noirish fellow at right is Stacey Cochran, who is doing the same job for Bouchercon 2015 in Raleigh, N.C. I've already registered. Have you?
Page Museum/La Brea Tar Pits. The mammoth is a reproduction based on fossil evidence. The oily slick is real. (Read all my Bouchercon posts from before, during, and after the convention.)
© Peter Rozovsky 2014
Labels: Ali Karim, Bouchercon 2014, Bouchercon 2015, Charles Kelly, Gary Phillips, Ingrid Willis, La Brea Tar Pits, Max Allan Collins, Mike Stotter, Page Museum, Sara J. Henry, Sarah Weinman, Stacey Cochran