News & Events

June 2018

Emily teaching a day-school in crime writing at Cambridge University’s Institute of Continuing Education at Madingley Hall:

“Writing crime: darkness and light
Why are stories based on something as dark as murder so enjoyable? Spend a day with crime novelist Emily Winslow exploring the ways that the structures of crime stories are so often actually inspiring. Learn how to build a fictional plot of your own, or to better appreciate the stories you read and watch.”

January 15th, 2018

LOOK FOR HER, the fourth novel in the Keene & Frohmann series, comes out from William Morrow (US)

January-March 2018

Emily teaching the “approaches to long fiction” term of the Undergraduate Certificate in Creative Writing at Cambridge University’s Institute of Continuing Education at Madingley Hall

October 2017

LOOK FOR HER, the fourth novel in the Keene & Frohmann series, from Allison & Busby (UK)

October 5th, 2017

An Emily Winslow story in Sophie Hannah’s new anthology “DEADLIER: 100 crime stories written by women”

October 5th 2017

JANE DOE JANUARY out in paperback in the UK

August 29th, 2017

JANE DOE JANUARY comes out in paperback in the US

March 4th 2017

Emily teaching about writing crime fiction at Cambridge University’s Institute of Continuing Education at Madingley Hall

February 25th 2017

Emily teaching about writing true crime at Cambridge University’s Institute of Continuing Education at Madingley Hall

August 1st 2016

Jane Doe January hardcover in New Zealand and India

July 25th 2016

Jane Doe January hardcover in Australia

July 16th, 2016

Article about Jane Doe January in The Guardian

July 14th, 2016, 6:30pm

“Heffers’ celebrated Summer Crime Fiction party, What’s Your Poison?
Come along for an evening of mingling, a quiz and readings from some of the authors’ latest novels – and stock up on reading material for the summer!”

July 12th, 2016

The HarperCollins editions of the Keene & Frohmann novels–The Whole World, The Start of Everything, and The Red House–come out in the US in paperback

July 5th, 2016

Interview on the BBC World Service radio show “Outlook”

June 30th 2016

Jane Doe January hardcover in the UK

June 30th, 2016

Two-page interview about Jane Doe January in The Times T2 section, by Hilary Rose

June 26th, 2016

Four-page spread about Jane Doe January in You magazine in the Mail on Sunday

June 14th 2016

The HarperCollins editions of the Keene & Frohmann novels–The Whole World, The Start of Everything, and The Red House–come out in ebook in the US

June 1st 2016

Jane Doe January hardcover in South Africa

May 24th 2016

Jane Doe January hardcover in the USA and Canada

May 24th 2016

Jane Doe January ebook everywhere

May 24th 2016

Podcast 3 out of 3–HarperAudio Presents

May 19th 2016

New York Times op-ed “The Saga of my Rape Kit”

May 16th 2016

Podcast 2 out of 3–HarperAudio presents

May 9th 2016

Podcast 1 out of 3–HarperAudio Presents

April 15th 2016

GoodReads giveaway–25 copies of Jane Doe January, April 4th-April 15th 2016

Friday, January 15 2016

7:30 PM PERSONAL APPEARANCE | Open Mind Book Evening at St Andrew’s Hall, Chesterton, Cambridge. Wine and refreshments.

Saturday, November 28 2015

1pm RADIO | Bookmark radio show with Leigh Chambers and Menna van Praag–The studio guest is crime writer, Emily Winslow. Set in Cambridge, Emily’s thrillers bring together a tangle of stories and misunderstandings to create a complex, and often dark, world. We also speak to photographer, Tim Rawle, about his latest book on the architectural history of Downing College. And Professor Ulinka Rublack from St John’s College talks about The Astronomer and the Witch, her examination of one of the most famous witchcraft trials of the 17th century.

Thursday, August 20 2015

PAPERBACK | The Red House comes out in paperback in the UK

Thursday, July 16 2015

6:30 PM PUBLIC APPEARANCE | Heffers bookshop presents the What’s Your Poison? summer crime party 2015.  Among the authors appearing will be Susan Grossey, Nicola Upson, Mandy Morton, Mike Ripley, Oliver Harris, Jeremy Cameron, Kate Rhodes, Timothy Williams, Peter Murphy, Emily Winslow, Peter Lovesey, Len Tyler, Barbara Cleverly and B K Duncan.  Join us for an (unpoisoned!) drink and an evening of literary murder and mystery.

Friday, June 12 2015

TALK | Cambridge Women’s Luncheon Club at the University Arms Hotel

Friday, May 15 2015

CrimeFest, Bristol UK |

11:20am Panel: “Detective Duos” with Ruth Dudley Edwards, Hans Olav Lahlum, Luca Veste and moderator: Caro Ramsay

2:50pm Panel: “How Realistic Is Crime Fiction?” with Andrew Pepper, Yrsa Sigurdarsottir, Kevin Wignall and moderator: Steve Mosby

Thursday, April 9 2015

PERSONAL APPEARANCE | Meeting with Books Afoot, a trip of the BookWomen Center for Feminist Reading from Minnesota.

Monday, March 30 2015

PERSONAL APPEARANCE | Meeting with Books Afoot, a trip of the BookWomen Center for Feminist Reading from Minnesota.

Thursday, March 12 2015

7pm LAUNCH PARTY | Launch party for The Red House at Heffers Bookshop in Cambridge

Thursday, February 19 2015

Launch day for The Red House in hardback from Allison & Busby.