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Kate Forsyth Cactus & Kangaroos Writers Workshops



Central Standard Time



Richardson Woman’s Club
2005 N. Cliffe Drive
Richardson, 75082

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Learn from a Master Storyteller, Kate Forsyth by attending one or both Saturday workshops. Sponsored by Writers Guild of Texas and W.O.R.D.

Morning session, 9:00 a.m. - noon, Keeping the Reader Turning the Pages – The Importance of Pace, Suspense, & Surprise

Afternoon session, 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.,  Building the Fictional World

Attend Kate’s 3-hour workshop and receive:

  • Choice of one novel, either Bitter Greens (available in paperback) or The Wild Girl (available in hardback)
  • Time to meet and greet Kate
  • Entry for a door prize drawing

Purchase tickets at

  • Morning or Afternoon workshop is $99 each
  • All-day, including both workshops, one book, and lunch, is $169
  • Seating is limited. Don’t wait!

Kate Forsyth is the award-wining author of almost forty books, ranging from genre-crossing novels for adults such as Bitter Greens and The Wild Girl, to YA fantasy, to upper-grades chapter books, to poetry. Kate is an accredited master storyteller and has a doctorate in fairy tales from the University of Technology, having already completed a BA in Literature and a MA in Creative Writing.
To learn more about Kate, check her website at
Kate has helped countless people to connect and communicate by harnessing the seductive power of storytelling. She will entertain, embolden, stimulate, and surprise her audience at each scheduled event. Based on feedback from DFW writers, Kate created two 3-hour classes specifically for us. To read a more detailed description of the intensive workshops, please go to