June 23, Oregon (virtually from anywhere)

As a part of the Pacific University MFA in Writing graduate program, Katey will sponsor a “midday conversation” between enrolled students and alumni, from 3:30-4pm PST.

August 6, Connecticut (virtually)

Katey will teach a class as part of the Western Connecticut State University MFA in Creative Writing program. From 9-11am Eastern, students will learn about Literary Citizenship & Book Tour Basics, followed by access to a recorded reading from her novel, Still Come Home.

September 17 at 6 PM EST  (virtually from anywhere)

North Carolina Literary Review Reading. Join Doris Betts Prize winners Katey Schultz and Leah Hampton for Shut in with Stories, a live reading event. You can access the event by going to the Youtube channel and click the bell icon to receive reminders about the event and its time.

September 19, 23 and October 3 (virtually from anywhere)

Three-session deep revision course with 49 Writers in Alaska. Course description and registration here.

October 3 (virtually from anywhere)

Flash in a Flash course with HerStory (based in Chicago). Course description and registration here.

November 11 at 7 PM EST (virtually from anywhere)

Livestream for Whitman College Conversation with Author Katey Schultz. Alumni, parents and friends are invited to hear from and talk to author Katey Schultz ’01 on Veteran’s Day, November 11th. She will talk about the differences between writing a collection of short stories and a longform novel, about her process, and read a few minutes from the novel. She will also discuss how being a Philosophy major informed her revision and word choice decisions as an author, many years later. Register here. (If you are not associated with Whtiman, you are still welcome to attend this event and encouraged to register. When prompted to enter a graduation class year, or child’s graduation class year, simply type “N/A”. Hope to see you!)