2022 Events

MARCH

31st March – MILTON KEYNES Waterstones. In conversation with ‘Behind Her Eyes’ book/Netflix sensation Sarah Pinborough.

MAY

14th May – BRISTOL Crime Fest. ‘When the past comes back to haunt you’ panel with Alison Bruce, Rob Scragg, Alex Dahl and Paul Finch.

JUNE

18th June: SWINDON. 12pm-2pm. Signing (of The Guilty Couple) at Bert’s Books, 54 Godwin Court, Swindon SN1 4BB. Just turn up and say hello!

22nd June. ONLINE. 7PM. The Reading Party. Buy a ticket, read an extract of The Guilty Couple aloud with CL Taylor and other readers and receive a signed copy of The Guilty Couple. Or buy a basic ticket and just watch! Tickets available here.

23rd June. ONLINE. 7PM. Join CL Taylor for the live launch of The Guilty Couple. Follow CL Taylor’s Facebook page to receive a notification when it goes live.

27th June – GLASGOW. 7pm. In conversation with M.W. Craven at Waterstones Argyle Street. Tickets available here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/in-conversation-c-l-taylor-and-m-w-craven-argyle-st-glasgow-tickets-340018523557

28th June – EDINBURGH. 7pm. Waterstones. In conversation with Neil Lancaster. https://www.waterstones.com/events/an-evening-with-c-l-taylor/edinburgh-west-end

JULY

7th July. CARDIFF. 7pm. Event with Cardiff Libraries. CL Taylor’s books will be sold through a local bookshop. Free event. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/open-space-cl-taylor-the-guilty-couple-tickets-365862543717?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

8th July. LIVERPOOL. 7PM. Waterstones Liverpool Event, in conversation with Luca Veste. Tickets available here.

23rd July –  HARROGATE, Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Festival. In conversation with Lucy Foley. 9a.m. More details here.

SEPTEMBER

9th September – CHEPSTOW, in conversation with Clare Mackintosh. 7pm. Free! https://chepstowbooks.co.uk/collections/events/products/clare-mackintosh-and-cl-taylor-event

16th-17th September. STIRLING. Bloody Scotland:

Friday 16th September: Vaseem and Abir’s Red Hot Night of a Million Games, featuring CL Taylor, Elly Griffith’s, Mick Herron, Martyn Waites plus special guests. 9pm-10pm, Albert Halls. Watch in person or online. Tickets here

Saturday 17th September: Family Business: Brian McGilloway, CL Taylor and Simon Toyne. Three crime authors discuss crime within families. Watch in person or online. Tickets here

Check out the full brochure here: https://bloodyscotland.com/2022-brochure/

24th September: LIVERPOOL.1pm to 2.30pm. Smithdown Literary Festival. Tickets available here

30th September: LONDON. Capital Crime Festival. Take a THRILL RIDE with CL Taylor, Stephanie Merritt, Carys Jones, Caroline Mitchell and Kia Abdullah. 5.40pm-6.30pm. Field Stage. More info and tickets here.

Previous events include: 

Glasgow Aye Write, Krimimessen Denmark, Woking Festival, CrimeFest Bristol, Bloody Scotland, Theakston’s Old Peculier Crime Festival Harrogate, Exeter Literary Festival, Wrexham Carnival of Words, Newcastle Noir, Killer Women Festival London, York Literature Festival, London Book Fair, Write By the Beach Brighton (keynote speech), HMP Thameside (Q&A), Ex Libris Live! Oxford, DeptCon3 Dublin, Bristol Festival of Literature, Chipping Norton Literary Festival, Stratford Literary Festival, Iceland Noir, York Festival of Writing (keynote speech), Swindon Literary Festival, Worcester Literary Festival, Lady magazine’s literary luncheon, YALC Olympia London, Britcrime online festival, MyVLF online festival.

Teaching experience:

Glasgow Aye Write (How to write a psychological thriller), Bloody Scotland (Crime MasterClass), Chipping Norton Literary Festival (How to write a thriller), Bristol Festival of Literature (How to write a novel readers can’t put down), Writers’ and Artists’ Yearbook How to Get Published conference Plymouth (Establishing pace and plot), Write Foxy Dudley (Creating conflict).

2 thoughts on “Events

  1. Lee Fairbrother says:

    Hi Cally,
    Have noticed many new dramas are written, produced and directed by females, for instance
    the latest Flesh and Blood. If, hopefully, your work is televised, would you be interested in producing or directing?

    1. C.L. Taylor says:

      Hello, Lee. Thanks for your comment. I have no experience in producing or directing so, no, I’d leave that to the experts! I would be interested in learning how to write screenplays/adaptations of my work however.

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