Grey Castle Publishing Salutes Sisters in Crime

​​Raising Women's Voices . . . 

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In 1986, Sandra Scoppettone, a founding Sisters in Crime (SinC) member, reported that the New York Times Book Review had not reviewed a book by a woman in months. SinC volunteers analyzed the book reviews appearing from 1985–1987 and determined the percentage of reviews of female-authored books dropped from fifteen to six per cent. 
“I’ve never been involved with a board which works as hard as the SinC board does.” — Cathy Pickens in the 2017 Publishing Summit. To learn about SinC's successes for women authors--and what still needs to be done, read the latest SinC report at: