Out and About

I’m released for good behaviour occasionally. Here’s a list of where I’ll be over the coming months:

789d2f_cc6d2af0db1f4c12b1409c7ec943895f~mv2Chorlton Book Festival, Wednesday 22nd November 2017 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Chorlton Library, Manchester Rd, Manchester M21 9PN

To book: 0161 227 3700 or visit the website here: https://www.chorltonbookfestival.co.uk/calender

Write by the Beach Conference, 1st & 2nd April 2017, Brighton. 10-5pm each day. My masterclass on polishing your MS for submission takes place on Sunday 2nd. Tickets available here.

Frome Festival: I’m the judge of the 2017 Short Story competition and will be at the festival announcing the winners on Sunday July 16th 2017. More information here.

GladFest 2017, Gladstone’s Library, 1st-3rd September. I’m delighted to have been invited back to appear at this, one of my favourite festivals (and favourite places to write). More information to follow. In the meantime take a look at the site here.

University of Hertfordshire Literary mini-festival Wed 14th January 2015 3-5pm.

University of Kingston: An Evening with Sharon Zink and Laura Wilkinson Wed 21st January 2015 6.30-9pm

Grit Lit, part of the Brighton Festival. Thursday 8 May, 8pm, The Redroaster, Brighton. More information here. You can buy advance tickets (recommended) here.

More than Tea & Sandwiches. Literary Salon at the Feminist Library Bookshop. Saturday 21 June. Workshop & Salon. For more information and advance tickets click here.

Spit & Polish. Workshop at GladFest, (Literary Festival at Gladstones Library) Saturday 6 Sept, 11.30am. More information about the festival and tickets here.

Book Club at the Castle Hill Bookshop. Richmond Walking & Books Festival, Monday 22 Sept. More information and tickets here.

In the past I’ve read my work at Ace Stories, Short Fuse  –  now reinvented as Story Studio –  and at ABCtales events in London and Brighton, as well as speaking at a Spit Lit(erary) Festival event in London and at The Women’s Library. I’ve facilitated creative writing workshops at Spit Lit, The Women’s Library at London Metropolitan University and at the Museum of London Docklands.

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