|Mark Griffiths (also writes as Mark Powers)||Author|
|Talks and workshops|
• SHOW, DON'T TELL - an hour long workshop for children of all ages and abilities demonstrating how to bring their writing alive through vivid description.
• SCI-FI WRITING WORKSHOP - a day-long workshop in which I explain five of the main types of science fiction story and show children how to generate imaginative ideas for stories of their own. Available in versions for children with advanced or less-advanced writing skills.
• Both come with morning assembly and post-school book signing.
|Preferred age range:||7- 10 year olds|
|Maximum number in any one session:||Class size for workshop|
No upper limit for talk
|No of sessions per day:||4 x 1 hour workshops plus a talk at morning assembly & post-school signing|
1 x day long "Sci-Fi Writing" session
|Session Length:||45-60 minutes per "Show, Don't Tell" session|
Full day for "Sci-Fi Writing" session
|Areas prepared to travel to:||Generally prepared to travel to anywhere in the UK reasonably accessible by train from Manchester, timings allowing. |
|Transport||Train, and available on Tuesdays and Thursdays|
|Fees:||Please email us for details|
|Website:||Mark Griffiths' website|
Writing as Mark Powers:
Mark Powers' website
|Titles:||Space Lizards Stole My Brain!|
Space Lizards Ate My Sister!
Geek Inc: Technoslime Terror
The Impossible Boy
The Burp That Saved The World (picture book)
Spy Toys (as Mark Powers)
|Testimonials:||"I’ve had nothing but positive feedback about your visit & conditions allowing we will certainly have you back in the future." |
Gary Crilly - Librarian - Barrs Hill School, Coventry
"Thanks for a great day. The kids really enjoyed it."
Lynn Houston - Junior Dept - Anglesey Primary School, Birmingham
"Thank you for today. Great day. Kids and staff got a load out of it."
Jai Stark - Deputy Headteacher - JH Godwin Primary School, Chester
"It got the children all very fired up."
Michelle Banks - Deputy Head & Literacy Coordinator -South Walney Junior School, Barrow-in-Furness
|Published work:||Mark Griffiths' Amazon site|