Catherine Hokin lives in

Glasgow, studied history in what feels like the medieval period at Manchester University & has 2 children who have finally left her to get on with her writing.


As well as one previous novel, she has had a number of short stories published magazines and anthologies, including Mslexia, iScot  & Writer's Forum. She was the winner of the 2019 Flash 500 Short Story Prize.


​Catherine is represented

by Tina Betts,

Andrew Mann Literacy

​Agency.


In Glasgow? I'll be talking about The Fortunate Ones on 26 March as part of the Ayewrite Festival - details here


THE FORTUNATE ONES

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Contained within a richly detailed narrative was a story that spoke of prevalence of the human spirit, both resilient and beatific, bowed but never broken by the unfathomable horrors of war. Captivating. Sobering. Unflinching. 5+ stars.’  


⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Heartbreaking... I cried many, many times…This story showed just how important hope can be.... The historical detail Hokin poured into this book through her research was simply phenomenal. The Fortunate Ones is a must-read.’  



NEW RELEASE 

MAY 27th

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WWII fiction taking you back to Berlin...


WWII fiction set in Berlin & Buenos Aires   

Available now from:

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