Kate Scott received a distinction on completing an MLitt in Creative Writing from St Andrews University.
She has written for BIG AND SMALL (Kindle Entertainment), CHUGGINGTON (Ludorum) and THE HIVE (Lupus Films).
Kate’s radio play, VOICE, was shortlisted for the Nick Darke Award 2011.
Kate was included in the first Undiscovered Voices anthology with her 11+ dystopian novel The Rule of Water. She has written a phonic reader for HarperCollins, three books in a 7+ commercial series published by Hodder, and a teen dystopian project for IP company FourteenFiftyFour Ltd. Her fiction is represented by Eve White – www.evewhite.co.uk
Kate’s short stories and poems from her collections Stitches (Peterloo) and Escaping the Cage (HappenStance – www.happenstancepress.com) have been broadcast on BBC Radio 4 and Radio 4 Extra. She was one of four poets-in-residence for the National Trust (West Dorset) which led to a reading hosted by Sir Andrew Motion and Tom Paulin at Kings Place, London (also published by HappenStance as Who’s in the Next Room?). She leads poetry workshops for children in conjunction with Tor Theatre (www.tortheatre.co.uk).
She is currently working on two original ideas for television: a political-thriller, ANONYMOUS, and a comedy-drama for children, THE GRAVEYARD DIARIES.