Throughout 2021, I ran a series of one-off monthly fiction-writing workshops. I’m currently taking a break to work on my own writing (though I’m still running workshops through other organisations), but I am planning to bring the workshop series back in the not-too-distant future.
So watch this space, follow me on twitter, and/or sign up to the e-news to keep up-to-date!
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It doesn’t matter if you’re a published novelist, or you just stash your scribblings in a shoebox under the bed – I’d love to have you there.
‘If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.’Toni Morrison
Who am I?
Katie Hale is an internationally recognised novelist & poet, with more than a decade’s experience of leading creative writing workshops.
Her novel, My Name is Monster, was shortlisted for the Kitschies Golden Tentacle Award, and has been translated into multiple languages. She is a former MacDowell Fellow and winner of the Munster Chapbook Prize. She has also featured on national television and radio, including programmes such as Radio 4’s Open Book and Front Row, and has created commissioned work for the National Trust, the Barbican Centre, and the BBC Contains Strong Language poetry festival.
She leads writing workshops for universities, arts organisations and schools. She also mentors emerging writers on a one-to-one basis.
Saturday 27 November, 10am-12pm: Workshop: Myth, Fairytale & Folk [SOLD OUT]
Saturday 15 January, 10am-12pm: Workshop: New Year, New Stories: Kick-Start Your Fiction
[more 2022 workshops TBA]
In each workshop, we will look at some examples of wonderful writing from existing works of fiction, and follow them up by doing some writing of our own.
I’ll also leave you with a take-home writing prompt, so you can keep on being inspired in your own time.
For each workshop, there are 2 free places available for those who would otherwise be unable to attend. Drop me a message if you would like one of these places.
Workshops run using Zoom & capped at 14 attendees, so it won’t feel too crowded. All the workshops are also auto-captioned using Otter, and any extracts for discussion will be screen-shared for ease of access.
Book for the next workshop:
Alongside these workshops, I’m also running a series of talks with other writers, about various aspects of the craft of writing.
For workshops I’m running through other organisations, check out my other upcoming events.