Charlotte Morganti is a Canadian writer of crime fiction. She has been a burger flipper, beer slinger and a corporate finance/mining lawyer. Charlotte writes novels and short stories, ranging from gritty investigations to lighter capers. She usually sets her stories in small towns that miraculously harbour both villains (often cunning, occasionally inept) and the sleuths who pursue them.
Charlotte’s works have been short-listed for various awards, including the Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence. She is a member of Sisters in Crime and Crime Writers of Canada, and is a past president of Sisters in Crime-Canada West. Charlotte and her husband live in a small town on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia.
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Crime Writers of Canada Interview
Shortly after The End Game launched, Charlotte had a conversation with Erik D’Souza of Crime Writers of Canada. Their discussion ranged from short stories to novels, to small towns and more.
JVC Art Studio Podcast
Charlotte was interviewed by Joanna VanderVlugt of JVC Art Studio about The End Game. September, 2023.
Murder We Write Podcast
Charlotte was interviewed by Carol Goodman Kaufman for an episode of her Murder We Write podcasts in September 2023.
Video interview with Crime Writers of Canada about Awards of Excellence
In 2022 Charlotte’s short story All My Darlings was nominated for a Crime Writers of Canada Award of Excellence. Watch a video of her interview about that nomination, as well as a discussion of two writers/readers conferences she was involved in.