Creating books, plays and poetry for children is a weird but wonderful world.
As a working writer in primary schools, my role is unusual; devising workshops using creative writing and drama.
From poetry to plays and novels, I'm interested in projects and collaborations with schools, libraries and any interested groups. I love writing for the age group I work with; they are a constant source of ideas and feedback.
As Writer in Residence at Kingston University Writing School, I enjoy encouraging emerging writers.
I'm represented by children's agent Anne Clark
Cath Howe is an author and teacher working in South West London writing for, and working with, Key Stage 2 primary age children.
Her first two books were published in 2012 by Pearson in their Bug Club, “The Curse of the Highwayman” and “The Highwayman’s Revenge”. She has won prizes for stories, poems and monologues and even written a musical. Over the past seven years, she has also led children to victory in local festivals performing her work.
Cath Howe runs workshops in schools on everything to do with writing and performing, teaches gifted writers, coaches children for auditions, develops plays and scripts for festivals; everything about being inspired and creative.
Member of SCWBI (Society of Children's Writers of the British Isles), NAWE (National Association of Writers in Education), The Society of Authors and Writer in Residence at Kingston University Writing School.