Events & Author Appearances

   2018 & 2019 conferences, signings, appearances. Come meet me!

On Friday, November 16 come see me at NCTE in Houston!

Click here to register for NCTE

Date: Friday, November 16, 2018
Time: 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

11:00 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Part of the “D Sessions”
Location: 340 AB 

At NCTE (National Council of Teachers of English) I am leading a roundtable on Teaching Climate Change in High School within the broader event called High School Matters. My roundtable is called “Thriller Climate-SciFi: Teaching Climate Change to Middle & High Schoolers via fiction”. I will have fun projects and discussion on topics such as rising ocean temps, climate refugees, transgenic crops and future farming.

This is a very popular event. Attendees get to talk up close with authors and teachers, passionate about this issue. There will be up to 25 roundtables to choose from, including presentations on literary classics, YA fiction, “cli-fi,” poetry, non-fiction, inquiry, research, composition, creative writing, genre studies, AP, media literacy, multi-modal literacy, Spanish, teacher education, critical thinking, virtual partnering, eco-justice, and taking action – all addressing climate change. Attendees will have three choices of tables, lasting for 20 minutes each.

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FEB, 2019

I will have a book table at Diamonds in the Desert, a FREE author signing event!

Sunday, February 2019, noon to 3 pm, Tempe, Arizona

I’d love to meet you and talk books!

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I will attend Chapter Con 2019

June 21 & 22

St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, London, UK

A unique author event, chock full of panels and writing tips for the community!

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  1. Catherine Stine’s workshops and classes take the aspiring writer into the real world of publishing. Her nuts and bolts approach and ever expanding view of the marketplace is bolstered by her keen eye as a visual artist and prolific writer. I always learn something new from Catherine! Sheila Lewis, critique group member, writer of middle grade fiction.

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