What’s Robin McLean up to?

Last fall Robin McLean hosted two BWW workshops —Great Beginnings / Endings—before embarking on a book tour for her critically acclaimed debut novel Pity the Beast. Soon, Robin will head east for three book events in Massachusetts. They are detailed here, if you happen to be nearby, or online:

March 28, 2022 – 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Clark University in conversation with the Michael Carolan

Worchester, MA – Higgins Lounge (in person)

March 29, 2022 – 7:00 pm 

in conversation with Andrea Lawlor

South Hadley, MA – in person and online/ Register here

April 2, 2022 – 4:00 pm

Alum Reading with Emily Hunt (MFA ’13), Wendy Xu (MFA ’14) and Jung Yun (MFA ’07)

UMass Program for Poets & Writers, Amherst, MA

Great Hall, Old Chapel Register here

Spring and Summer 2022

She’ll lead two sets of once-a-month workshops online. They are stand alone workshops, so you can sign up for one or all, or dip in and out. 

Craft-focused Generative Writing

One Saturday per month/ 9am to noon PST/ Starting March 19 

A free wheeling but craft-based generative workshop to inspire and delve into totally new writing. For writers of all levels.

Her new collection of stories, Get’em Young, Treat’em Tough, Tell’em Nothing will be published by the fabulous

And Other Stories on Oct 18, 2022 — same day as the paperback of Pity the Beast

Ike’s Canyon Ranch

PO Box 847Eureka, NV 89316 – 775.500.1494