For thirty years, Sisters in Crime (SinC) has represented women crime writers and has acted as a watchdog for parity in terms of reviews through our monitoring project. The recent decision of the New York Times to discontinue several of their bestseller lists, including mass market paperback and ebook, is a significant blow to authors of crime fiction, at least half of whom are women, and likely more than half in the mass market category. Ignoring the successes of these authors sends the message that these works aren't worthy of inclusion. Though leaders in their designated categories, by choosing to dismiss these achievements, the Times is not only holding other categories in higher esteem, they’re encouraging readers to do the same. Sisters in Crime joins RWA in asking the Times to reconsider its decision.