Cops ‘n Writers – Consulting service for mystery writers who want to incorporate police procedures and culture into their writings.
Crime Writers – A group for writers of crime fiction/ mysteries to share resources, information, law enforcement or criminal procedural and profiling ideas and research data for use in our books and other writing projects.
Crime Writers of Canada – National association for professional practitioners of the crime writing genre. Includes newsletter, information on authors, awards, and links.
Mystery Writers of America – MWA helps negotiate contracts, watches developments in legislation and tax law, sponsors symposia and mystery conferences, and publishes books, including the Mystery Writer’s Handbook.
Mystery Writers of America – Mystery writers, mystery books, up and coming authors, chapter news and events. Rocky Mountain Chapter.
Police Writers Club – Provides writers of both fiction and nonfiction with knowledge, resources and information through shared networking on police methods and sources.
Scene of the Crime Festival – Annual gathering of mystery writers and readers celebrates the heritage of Wolfe Island, Ontario, as the birthplace of Grant Allen, Canada’s first crime writer.
The Short Order Mystery Netletter – An online netletter/ezine for readers and writers of mystery fiction in the short form. Contains articles on the writer’s craft, writing markets, scam alerts, history of the mystery, and announcements.
SinC – The purpose of Sisters in Crime is “to combat discrimination against women in the mystery field, raise awareness of their contribution to the field, and promote the professional advancement of women who write mysteries.”
Sisters in Crime – An organization founded to combat discrimination against women in the mystery field. Internet chapter.