If you are interested in hosting author Jay Griffiths at your event, please contact her representative.
Jay will be speaking at the Hay Winter Festival about the book ‘Gifts of Gravity and Light’ which she has contributed to. The event will be chaired by Anita Roy, the editor of ‘Gifts of Gravity and Light’ which explores the seasons of the year through a variety of writers’ experiences.
The Bookseller’s conference, Futurebook, will feature Jay Griffiths in a panel on the theme of ‘Hearts and minds: our role in engaging readers’. The discussion will feature the necessity of public engagement around the climate crisis.
Jay Griffiths will give a talk at the Stroud Book Festival in the evening of November 4th, 2021.
Jay Griffiths will tutor an online writing course through Schumacher College in Devon.
The course is titled: ‘Audacity, Passion and Politics in the Written Word’.
There will be workshops and one-to-one tutorials.
Read Jay Griffiths’s account of being arrested as part of the Extinction Rebellion actions in April, 2019 in the new Extinction Rebellion Handbook, This is Not a Drill.
Read the essential Extinction Rebellion vision statement, “Why We Rebel“, curated by Jay Griffiths with the XR UK Vision team.
Jay Griffiths and Mike Parker will tutor a writing course at the Arvon Centre at Totleigh Barton.
The course is titled: ‘ Outspoken Non-Fiction’.
There will be workshops and one-to-one tutorials as well as readings by both tutors and a guest reader, Laura Coleman.
Jay Griffiths is tutoring a residential writing course at the Arvon Centre, Lumb Bank, June 8th to 13th, 2020.
Jay usually teaches one week-long residential course per year. To check forthcoming courses, please visit: https://www.arvon.org/