Kate is available for meet-the-author events and bookclubs or reading groups. She also does talks & runs workshops on: history of crime writing; writing a crime novel; writing within the therapeutic space; indie publishing. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments from previous workshop participants:
‘A rich and multi-layered experience, which opened up many possibilities for me,’
Janet Healing Words workshop 7th November 2015
‘I recommend highly Kate Evans’s workshops.
She is an engaging and creative tutor, who brings out the best in you.’
Laura, Healing Words 7th Nov 2015
Monday, January 16, Scalby Wives: The Poisoned Pen, a history of crime fiction.
Tuesday, February 14th, Scarborough Writers’ Circle, 7pm, Scarborough library: workshop on critiquing our own and others’ work.
Thursday, 9th March 2017, Ayton Library: The Poisoned Pen, a history of crime fiction.
Sunday, 23rd April 2017, 2-4pm, Radio Scarborough
In conversation with Paul Spencer about all things writerly: https://goo.gl/i3KEAu
Saturday, 29th April 2017, 6-7pm The Seastrand Café (https://goo.gl/4CmWNY): In conversation about crime fiction. Part of a great day of writers sharing their work from midday onwards.
Little Yoga Blossom, yoga & writing retreat, 19th-21st May, see: http://littleyogacompany.co.uk/index.php/our-teachers/little-yoga-blossom/
The Beverley Literature Festival, Thursday, 19th October 10am-12pm: workshop. TBC
Little Yoga November Nourish, yoga & writing retreat, 24th-26th November, see:
Thursday, March 8th, Driffield U3A: The Poisoned Pen, a history of crime fiction.
Beverley Literature Festival, October 17th, 2016: workshop, Creative writing, a way to wellbeing? http://www.litup.org.uk/
The Art of Breathing launch, meet the author event, October 29th, 2016, WH Smith, Westborough, Scarborough, 1030am-230pm.
November Nourish, yoga & writing retreat, 25th-27th November, see: http://www.littleyogacompany.co.uk/index.php/our-teachers/november-nourish/