Interviews / blog posts / thoughts


 



Interview with The Book Trailer

Katherine talks to literary travel agency The Book Trailer about the real-life places that feature in Falling Creatures, as well as the historical background of the novel


Video interview with New Welsh Review

On landscape and literary influences in Falling Creatures, and a reading from the novel


Interview and reading for Devolved Voices

Devolved Voices is a three year research project based at Aberystwyth University and funded by the Leverhulme Trust. The project is investigating the state of Welsh poetry in English since Wales’s devolution ‘yes’ vote of 1997. The website contains many fascinating materials about contemporary Welsh poetry in English and is well worth exploring.


The Lonely Crowd - On flags

Katherine's poem 'Vexiphobia' features in the spring 2016 issue of The Lonely Crowd. This post explores the ideas behind the poem, and includes bonus reflection on the Eurovision Song Contest


Pure M Magazine

On writing fiction and poems, and cleaning the fridge as part of the creative process


Aber Student Media

'I used to go to the S section in bookshops and imagine my book there.'


Notes on writing a poem, for ContemPo

The Centre for Contemporary Poetry (informally known as ‘ContemPo’) is a collaborative, cross-institutional research centre founded in 2006 and run by the English departments of Aberystwyth University, Bangor University, and the University of Brighton. This link is the first of two posts, written for Aberystwyth's ContemPo centre, exploring the writing of 'There's no such thing as pandas', a poem that features in Playing House and which you can read here.