Options for public appearances include
- Q&A Skype Visits for Book Clubs
- Physical Visits to Book Clubs
- Writing Workshops on Short Fiction, Novel form, and Reading for Writers.
- Manuscript Evaluations
- Corporate Talks on Creative Process, Creative Vulnerability, Responding Creatively
- Readings and Interviews
For many years, Kathryn has taught and mentored creative writing students at The University of Toronto School of Continuing Studies, Ryerson University, and George Brown College. She has taught on-line with The New York Times Knowledge Network and is Associate Faculty with the University of Guelph‘s MFA in Creative Writing. Many of her students have published or are about to publish including: Nancy Jo Cullen, Andrea Thomson, Shawn Syms, Christine Fischer Guy, Suzanne Andrew, Lana Story, Becky Blake, and Sabrina Ramnanan.
If you would like to invite Kathryn to speak to your group, please query her agent, Martha Magor Webb through Anne McDermid & Associates for more details and fees.
“At one level, reflection means we see ourselves. At another, it’s another word for the thought process. We can choose to use it to look into the light of our own eyes, or we can be light sensitive, we can allow all things to move over and through us; we can hold them and release them, in thought. Broken things become pattern in reflection. The way a kaleidoscope works is to allow fragmentary or disconnected things to become their own harmony.” — Ali Smith (Artful)