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Gothic Tales & Short Stories

Kate reading at Waterstones in Lancaster

Photos by John Brewer.

I had a lovely time at Waterstones in Lancaster last week reading from my work alongside the wonderful Zoe Lambert, author of The War Tour.

Zoe read a riveting and thought-provoking story ’33 Bullets’, in which “a Kurdish academic flees persecution and while imprisoned in a UK detention centre still tries to write an article about the poet Ahmed Arif, and his poem ’33 Bullets’.” Given recent events, it was particularly heartbreaking to hear Zoe’s story.

I read a few passages from The Monster’s Wife and an interesting discussion about politics, persecution, feminism and rewriting followed in the Q&A. I’m a big fan of Zoe’s work and it was a real pleasure to read with her as well as to chat to the lovely people in the audience afterwards. Naomi and Yvonne of the Northwest Literary Salon did a fantastic job of making everyone feel welcome and creating a relaxed and engaging atmosphere for the readings. All in all, a fab event.

Photos © Inés Gregory Labarta, 2015.

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I'm a writer living in Manchester with my artist husband, a child and a dog. My first novel was shortlisted for the Scottish First Book of the Year Award and my second came out with William Morrow (US) and Harper Collins (UK) and was translated by South Korean press Tomato Publishing.