Maisie Chan

Live Event – Secondary Schools – Suitable for S1.

  • Tuesday 21st February
    • Time and location tbc. 2 sessions.

One workshop (class size) creative author talk/workshop where Maisie talks about Keep Dancing, Lizzie Chu (her new novel) which is set in Glasgow. Maisie will talk about her inspiration and themes  (Strictly Come Dancing, young carers, dementia, popular culture)  and then will get the children to write or draw a story using a Chinese mythological person or creature.

One assembly style talk (year group) author talk about Maisies books.

Maisie Chan is children’s author whose debut novel DANNY CHUNG DOES NOT DO MATHS won the Jhalak Prize and the Branford Boase Award in 2022. Her latest novel KEEP DANCING, LIZZIE CHU is out now with Piccadilly Press. She also writes the series TIGER WARRIOR under the name M. Chan. She has written early readers for Hachette and Big Cat Collins, and has a collection of myths and legends out with Scholastic. She runs the Bubble Tea Writers Network to support and encourage writers of East and Southeast Asian (ESEA) descent in the U.K. She has a dog called Miko who has big eyes. She lives in Glasgow with her family.

Book an Event – Secondary Schools

Speak to your school librarian to book. We would prefer one return from each school so please advise your school librarian to email your choices. School librarians should email giving your schools 1st, 2nd and 3rd ranking as well as confirming where you would host each session. Each school will be provided with at least one session based on their preferences as far as possible.  Sessions should take place in the school library where possible.