A few details about the conference that people should find helpful:
- The conference fee includes all lunches, coffees/teas and a drinks reception on the Thursday evening
- The conference dinner being held on Friday 26 June should be booked separately. Once again, the dinner will be held at the wonderful Metheun Arms and is £24 per person.
- Registration will begin from 9am on Thursday 25 June with the welcome to the conference at 10am. We are still waiting for the registration deadline before confirming the panels, but the conference should finish 4-4.30pm on Saturday 27 June.
We hope that everyone is as excited about this event as we are!
Thank you to all who have already registered for this exciting event. Just a quick reminder that the registration deadline is the end of April, so please make sure that you have registered before then so that we can get the programme finalised. This is really shaping up to be a fantastic event again this year, and we cannot wait to get the panels organised.
We have received a diverse range of proposals that all really embrace the themes of our conference and this is shaping up to be truly international.
We have been contacted a number of people asking for a little more time to submit and we are happy to extend the deadline for proposals until 2 March to allow everyone the chance to participate.
Find out how to participate here: Call for papers
We will be having our conference dinner on Friday 26 June. Once again, the dinner will be held at the wonderful Metheun Arms and will be £24 per person.
The keynote line-up for this year’s Captivating Criminality: Crime Fiction, Traditions and Transgressions has been finalised.
Head to the Keynotes 2015 page to read the short biographies of our three exciting headline speakers…
We’re pleased to announce the registration costs for the Captivating Criminality conference, which are as follows:
- Full price: £140
- Student/Unemployed: £85
The online booking system will be operational in due course.
Call for papers for our second Captivating Criminality Conference is now live – head here to check it out.
This conference aims to consider the traditions of crime fiction, in particular in reference to the ways in which these have been transgressed. Remember to get your abstracts to us no later than Valentine’s Day next year!