Katrina is going to be at Ledbury Poetry Festival this year, reading with T S Eliot-winning poet, Sarah Howe.
Here’s a full listing of all the festivals and other events where you can hear Katrina read from her new collection, The Way the Crocodile Taught Me, (Seren, 2016) full info here, or attend one of her workshops:
5 June – Reading for Indian King Poets, La Pedrera Quarry, Delabole, Cornwall, 7 pm. £4 on the day, £3 in advance from email@example.com
6 June – Workshop ‘Saying the Unsayable’, Indian King Poets, Cornwall 10-4. Venue near Camelford, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book. SOLD OUT
11 June – Workshop ‘The Bloodjet: Violence in Poetry’, London, 10.30-4.30, Poetry School, still a few places available. Click here for more information or to book
16-17 June – Word Voyages project, Isles of Scilly, with the Poetry Postie
30 June – Katrina is running a day of feedback on your poetry, called Poetry Surgeries. Available face-to-face in Penzance or anywhere in the world via skype. To book contact Paul McGrane at the Poetry Society on 0207 420 9881 or via email@example.com
6-7 July – Penzance LitFest http://www.pzlitfest.co.uk/. Katrina will be running a poetry workshop on 6 July 2-3.30 at Morrab Library and giving a talk/reading ‘Mining Memory’ on 7 July 5.30-7 pm at Penlee House Gallery (part of the Lit Fest fringe events). Call 01726 879 500 to book.
10 July – Reading at Ledbury Poetry Festival with Sarah Howe, 2.30-3.30, Burbage Hall. Ledbury Poetry Festival programme and booking details
13 July – Ways with Words Festival, Dartington, Devon. Running a poetry workshop in association with Arvon, plus a reading/talk. Ways with Words, Dartington, festival programme and booking details
12 October – Reading at Goldsmiths College, London, details to be confirmed.
16 October – Workshop for Two Moors Poets, Devon. SOLD OUT.
22 October – North Cornwall Book Festival, 10 am. Further information to follow.
17-20 February – Birmingham Poetry Festival. Further information to follow.
29 May – 3 June – Poetry week at Arvon’s The Hurst with Jen Hadfield. Further information to follow.
Keep an eye on the website for more dates as other festivals/readings will be confirmed soon.