Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th February 2010
Academi Conference 2010: New Narratives
Poetry reading with Gillian Clarke, Joe Dunthorne and Carrie Etter (27th February)
How Short is short?
Kathryn Gray looks at the current trend of shorter and more immediate fiction. This is the short story vs. Nano-fiction. With Deborah Kay Davies and Holly Howitt (28th February)
Visit http://www.academi.org for booking details.
12th April – 17th April 2010
Arvon: Working Towards a Full Collection
Tutors: Michael Symmons Roberts and Kathryn Gray
Guest: Siân Hughes
Visit http://www.arvonfoundation.org for details
29th May at 1pm
Guardian Hay Festival 2010, Elmley Foundation Dream Stage
Small Wars and Laughter: Dmitry Bykov and Rachel Trezise talk to Kathryn Gray
Living Souls is a comic masterpiece set in a futuristic Russian dystopia. Sixteen Shades of Crazy imagines a contemporary South Walian Stepford-Llaregub.
6th June at 5.30pm
The Song House is about language and music, memory and place; Even The Dogs is an intimate exploration of life at the edges of society; littered with love, loss, despair and a glimpse of redemption. Chaired by Kathryn Gray.
26th July – 31st July
Ty Newydd: Weaving the Line
Tutors: Daljit Nagra and Jo Shapcott
Guest: Kathryn Gray
Visit http://www.tynewydd.org for booking details.