Cat Hogan is an award-nominated Irish Novelist and screenwriter from Co. Wexford
Cat has published two fiction novels, They All Fall Down (2016) and the Bord Gais Energy nominated Crime Fiction of the Year Novel, There Was A Crooked Man (2017). She is represented by Curtis Brown Literary Agency and her third novel is due for release shortly. She is a scriptwriter and her first two novels are in development for television with Zanzibar Productions & Playhouse Productions. She is also working on in feature film and short film production.
She lectures in Creative Writing & Mental Health programs to young teenagers and adults, and tutors in Adult Literacy and Further Education with the Waterford Wexford Education and Training Board.
She was the 2017 recipient of The John Hewitt Society Bursary Award and the University of Limerick Winter Writing School residency in 2018—returning to UL in 2019 as a mentor. Cat is on the Panel of Artists for Creative Communities with Wexford County Council and received the 2019 Bursary for Tyrone Guthrie. She is Writer in (their) Residence for the Irish Writers Centre 2020. She was appointed Culture Ambassador for Wexford 2020. She is the recipient of The Literature Bursary Award with The Arts Council for her novel, ‘Let’s Play A Game’.
She is a literary curator and regular panellist at literary festivals and events. As an avid promotor of culture and the Arts, Cat is committed to equal access, inclusion and equality across all platforms.
Mentors in all forms of the creative practice (except poetry) and specifically the longer form of novels.