The Albuquerque NM Croak & Dagger chapter of Sisters in Crime welcomes mystery fans who enjoy felonious fun, absolutely criminal companionship and sensational speakers. Unless otherwise noted, programs are free and open to the public.
North Domingo Baca Multigenerational Center
7521 Carmel Avenue NE
Classroom 6 on the second floor, accessible by stairs or elevator
Meetings begin at 7pm
4th Tuesday each month:
No December Meeting
- September 26: Mike Langner, radio host and Radio Frequencies (RF) expert
Tuesday August 22 - Joanne Bodin
Joanne Bodin is a retired teacher of the gifted in New Mexico. She received her Ph.D. in Curriculum Instruction and Multi-Cultural Teacher Education.
Joanne's second novel, Orchid of the Night, is a dark psychological thriller about a man running from his troubled past.
Her first novel, Walking Fish, is a quirky story with a cast of characters who, like the walking fish, need to find ways to adapt in order to survive.
WALKING FISH WON in gay/lesbian fiction for:
- the 2011 INTERNATIONAL BOOK AWARDS
- a FINALIST in the Best New Book category
- the 2011 New Mexico Book Awards
- a FINALIST in three other categories
- a FINALIST in the USA BEST BOOK AWARDS 2011
Her book of poetry, PIGGYBACKED, is a tribute to her late grandfather, also a poet. His poems (translated from Yiddish) appear in her book. PIGGYBACKED was a FINALIST in the 2012 New Mexico Book Awards in Poetry.