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Below are photos taken at Paula's various events.  Click on each picture to view a larger image.  Enjoy!  

Left Coast Crime, Monterey, California, 2004

 

 

Paula and Walter Mosley, captured by Audrey Thompson, before their interview during Left Coast Crime in Monterey, 2004. If you'd like to read Paula's tribute to Walter, which appeared in the conference program, click HERE

 

Walter and Paula cutting up before she interviewed him. Over two hundred people listened to Walter talk about everything from black male heroes and the inspiration his father provided for his writing to his current novel, "The Man in My Basement," to his upcoming Easy Rawlins novel, "Little Scarlet."

 

Lee Goldberg and SJ Rozan mug for the camera in the Dealers' Room at LCC, Monterey, 2004. Lee is a triple threat-a writer/producer of television shows like "Monk," "Martial Law," and "Diagnosis Murder," AND a writer of mystery novels! And what can you say about SJ? Author of the Bill Smith/Lydia Chin series, the most recent of which, "Winter and Night," won the Edgar, Nero and Macavity awards for Best Novel. Can't wait to read her forthcoming 9/11 stand-alone, "Absent Friends."

You can check out Lee's web site at www.lgoldberg.com and SJ's at www.SJRozan.com.

 

P.I., fellow writer, and Ballantine author David Corbett. David's off to a great start with two well-reviewed mysteries under his belt, "The Devil's Redhead" and "Done for a Dime."

Visit his site at: www.davidcorbett.com.  

 

 

Fantastic Four-- St. Martin's editor Nora Cavin, author Twist Phelan (of the forthcoming "Family Claims"), criminal investigator and author Robin Burcell ("Cold Case") and Paula "get their pose" on at Left Coast Crime, Monterey. 2004.

 

 

 

Ed Kaufman of M is for Mystery in San Mateo had signed copies of Dirty Laundry and Paula's other books for sale in the Dealers' Room.

 

Paula and Christopher Rice after the panel. Christopher is the author of two well-received mysteries, "A Density of Souls" and "The snow Garden," the latter of which won a Lambda Literary Award.

Check out Christopher's web site at www.densityofsouls.com.

 

Meg Chittenden holding a copy of her most recent mystery,  "More than You Know." Bet you didn't know Meg has published 32 novels in her three decades as a writer, plus short stories, articles, three children's books and a non-fiction writing guide! It was Meg's great idea to take pictures of other writers and post them on her site with links, which she kindly let us steal! Thanks, Meg! Check out Meg's Rogue's Gallery at www.megchittenden.com.  

 
 

*Miscellaneous Photos*

 
 

 

Paula and Walter Mosley share a moment with fan Charles Shipps at Bouchercon 2003 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

 

Heather Paster of cable TV's "Book Talk" interviews Paula about Dirty Laundry.

 

 

Two Heathers for the price of one?  Heather Smith, Senior Publicist for Ballantine Books (left) and Heather Paster of "Book Talk" (right) pose for a mug shot with Paula.

 

Paula with Donna Moore, who traveled to Pasadena all the way from Scotland to attend Left Coast Crime. Donna bought lots of books, including Paula's Inner City Blues. Plus, Donna and Paula split the Eddie Muller author package in the LCC Silent Auction. Lucky girls!

 

 

Paula L. Woods, moderator Carolyn Wheat and John Shannon (pictured) joined Michael Allen Dymmoch and Stuart Pawson at a Left Coast Crime 2003 panel, "When Social Injustice is the Crime: Mysteries with Social Issues.


 

 

 

Paula shows Helen Knode a page from her first book, the illustrated "I, Too, Sing America: The African American Book of Days." Helen and Paula found they had similar perspectives in "The Ticket Out" and "Stormy Weather" about how women and blacks are treated in Hollywood's "noir" films and the industry in general.

 

 

Paula and fellow writers share a moment after the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books' panel. "Los Angeles Now: America's Noir Capital." Pictured from Left to right are: Helen Knode (author of "The Ticket Out"), Paula, Bob Crais ("The Last Detective"), moderator Connie Martinson of "Connie Martinson Talks Books", and Stephen J. Cannell ("Hollywood Tough")

 

Paula enjoys a response from charming and funny fellow panelist Stephen J. Cannell. In addition to being a complete gentleman and a powerhouse in television production (remember "The Rockford Files" and "Wiseguy"?), Cannell is the author of several bestselling thrillers, including three featuring LAPD Sergeant Shane Scully. If you would like to order a tape of the session, contact tapes@conferencez.com and mention tape #1011.

 

 

Having fun at Marcus Books, Oakland, during Stormy Weather tour.

 

 

Paula takes a break from signing with escort David Golia and Marcus Books' Manager Blanche Richardson, in Oakland, California.

 

 

Paula with Phyllis Ligon and friends at Barnes & Noble, Irvine, California.

 

 

Paula Woods with Carolina Garcia-Aguilera, S.J. Rozan, and Julie Smith on a panel called "Big Bad Cities: Creating an Unforgettable Setting in Crime Fiction," at Boucerchon 2001.

  

 

 
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