SOA Workshop: Short and Sweet: the Wonder of the Short Story

I’m doing a short story workshop for the Society of Authors in partnership with Nottingham library on Saturday 18 May 2024. Description What makes a great short story? Frances Thimann and Giselle Leeb discuss this versatile form and some of their favourite stories. They will read examples from their own work and from others’ stories, … Read more

Norwich Book Slam at Anteros Arts Foundation

06 Feb 2024, 19:30 – 21:30Music Room, 7-15 Fye Bridge St, Norwich NR3 1LJ, UK I’m reading at this event, alongside Polis Loizou, Chris Parker, Ami Rao, and Trevor Mark Thomas. More info and Book a ticket here.

Indie BUK Fest ’23 with Robin Ince and local authors

Tuesday, 20 June 20237:30pmThe Bonnington Theatre, NottinghamBook a ticket here. Chuffed to be taking part in the first Indie BUK fest. You’ll get the chance to listen to Robin Ince and chat to him and local authors about their books.

30/11/22 Arvon: How I Write: Giselle Leeb & S.B. Divya

Q&A and Reading Wednesday November 30th 202219:15 – 20:15OnlinePay what you can: Suggested donation £5 or £2.50 This event is part of Arvon’s Tania Hershman Season – We Are All Made of Stories Tania Hershman: Arvon Writer in Residence Autumn ’22 / Winter ’23 Tania Hershman has become Arvon’s third Writer in Residence, curating a … Read more

1/11/22 Book Launch: Mammals, I Think We Are Called

Tuesday, 1 November 20227:00 pm – 8:30 pmFive Leaves Bookshop, NottinghamBook a ticket here. I’m so excited to be launching my debut short story collection, Mammals, I Think We Are Called, at Five Leaves Bookshop in Nottingham. I’m joined by Alison Moore, who is launching her collection, Eastmouth and Other Stories. Both books feature in … Read more

Gothic Delights, with Elizabeth Macneal & Giselle Leeb

Wednesday 18th March 18:30 at Waterstones, Nottingham Cancelled due to Coronavirus We love a bit of Goth-lit here at Waterstones Nottingham, and the past year has brought a feast of great reads to suit our palette. Come and join us in the Sillitoe Room for a conversation about dark literature, with award-winning local horror writer … Read more

Rattle Tales, Brighton Festival Fringe 2016

I had a great time reading my short story, ‘As you Follow’, and listening to the other great stories at the Rattle Tales Fringe performance in Brighton. You can read Sarah Hegarty’s review here.