Events

I enjoy talking about my books to groups of readers – literary festivals, libraries, book groups.  Since lockdown I’ve been doing zoom interviews. I’d be happy to  hear from you if you would like to arrange one with a group.

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Creative Women: Interviews with remarkable women

Thursdays at 6pm on zoom, hosted by National Women’s Register. Each month I interview a different women. These events are for members, but any woman can join for £25 a year, and that gives you access to lots of other things. https://www.nwr.org.uk/join-nwr For more about NWR, see Creative Projects

  • October 15th, 2020Journeys Without a Map: A Writer’s Life – Jen Marshall Haugen, international development worker, interviews Marion on her new memoir.
  • November 12th, 2020Music For Dogs – Carol A Caffrey, Irish actress and poet, performs Paula Meehan’s one-woman play & talks about returning to creativity later in life
  • December 10th, 2020Story Cafe – Wendy Kirk talks about running a read-aloud group in the Women’s Library in Glasgow’s East End & how she balances work with raising two children
  • January 14th, 2021 – Be an Angel – Pauline Prior-Pitt, poet and artist reads from her collection of poems about women’s lives & talks about life as an artist in the Outer Hebrides
  • February 11th, 2021Poetry Breakfasts and more – Anna Dreda, founder of the Wenlock Poetry Festival, talks about running an independent bookshop & encouraging a community of local poets
  • March 11th, 2021 – ‘Our Lives’ — sharing inspiring stories – Mary Simpson, teacher of English to adults, talks about supporting people to write their own stories
  • April 22nd, 2021 Food, Poverty & Children – Anna Taylor, director of the Food Foundation, shares her story of campaigning to ensure children are not hungry

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  1. Thoroughly enjoyed Marion’s Q & A session with a group of local readers, followed the next day by an inspirational workshop, presented in Marion’s generous and gentle way, think about why writing matters, and what we all have to share from our own life experience.

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