- Novel excerpt from Still Come Home published in Consequence Magazine, Spring 2018
- Still Come Home listed as Finalist for the Black Lawrence Press Big Moose Prize
- “My Brothers and the Moon,” short story, selected as Finalist for Third Coast Fiction Contest
Aug. 7-11, MI
Join Katey for a week-long intensive Interlochen College of Creative Arts Memoir Writing course. Suitable for beginners, and enriching and specific for practiced writers, this course has filled with a waiting list for seven years and counting! Register via this link.
Aug 1, ONLINE
Deadline for submitting questionnaire and writing sample for Katey’s Monthly Mentorship program. Learn more HERE.
Sep-March 2017-2018, ONLINE WEBINAR SUBSCRIPTION
Details coming soon. Join me once a month for live instruction, writing community, and a prompt.
Dec 31 – Jan 6, 2017-18, TN
Writing Coordinator and participant at Arrowmont School of Crafts’ annual, by-invitation arts residency featuring over 80 artists in 5 different mediums from across the United States.
February 2018, ONLINE
Join Katey for a 4-week online flash form writing course via Interlochen College of Creative Arts. Registration and syllabus forthcoming.
April 2018, MI
Join Katey for a week-long Deep Revision Retreat. This is a fully-immersive, facilitated writing residency that blends traditional instruction and self-guided writing time, with the end goal of revising a large portion of a full or partial manuscript. Curated in the spirit of uninterrupted focus, precise facilitation, and creative community, this residency is best suited for participants with a full or partial first draft (minimum) in fiction or nonfiction. Registration and schedule forthcoming
April 2018, ONLINE
Join Katey for Into the Flash, a 5-week online course in short form writing celebrating observation, creativity, mindfulness & metaphor. Details HERE.
June 2018, MI
Join Katey and 12 other authors for the Interlochen College of Creative Arts Writers Retreat + Practicum. This is a memorable annual event — inspiring and full of community. The 4-day Writers Retreat portion focuses on craft lectures and generating new work, while the 1-day Practicum (separate registration) focuses on publishing. Early registration is encouraged — these events books full!