Tag Archive | Garry Kilworth

Garry Kilworth’s Q&A

Thanks to Garry for his Q&A answers below. What book are you reading just now? (Amy Herbert, St Ambrose HS) Hi Amy – I’m reading a novel called ‘Coraline’ by Neil Gaiman. It’s just been made into a film, but I like to read the book before I go to the cinema to see the […]

Catalyst Awards Ceremony 2009

Many congratulations to Theresa Breslin, whose novel, ‘The Nostradamus Prophecy‘ is the winner of the North Lanarkshire Catalyst Teenage Book Awards 2009. Over 700 votes were cast from teenagers in secondary schools and public libraries across North Lanarkshire. The Awards ceremony took place at St Maurice’s High School on October 8th, with an audience of over 260 pupils from […]

Shortlist event

The Catalyst Fiction Group presented the shortlist for this year’s Catalyst Awards at New Stevenson Public Library on March 5th, 2009, which also happens to be World Book Day. The final four are: The Nostradamus Prophecy by Theresa Breslin The Hundred-towered City by Garry Kilworth The Lost Art by Simon Morden Accidental Friends by Helena […]

Reactions to Catalyst

Garry Kilworth – The Hundred-Towered City Garry Kilworth says – I´m very excited and more than pleased to be on such a prestigious shortlist and in such excellent company. I shall look forward to my visit to Scotland with great enthusiasm.  Although I’ve visited Scotland on many occasions, and love it, I don´t remember spending […]

Possible nominations

Any of these books could be shortlisted for the Catalyst Book Awards 2009. What’s your opinion? Mark Barratt: Joe Rat Stephen Baxter: The H Bomb Girl Theresa Breslin: The Nostradamus Prophecy N.M. Browne: Shadow Web Mike Carey: Confessions of a Blabbermouth Sonya Hartnett: Ghost Child Julie Hearn: Hazel Laura Ellen Kennedy: My Best Friend’s Brother […]