I am available for talks
One of the main reasons that I have written Walking on Ice, is from the strong demand to read the story. This interest is always sparked when I am asked about my life, and invariably the call for the book starts after I have given one of my talks about Alaska.
This all began on my return from Alaska when I agreed to talk to a group after a request from a teacher friend. That first talk set off a large number of other requests. Every subsequent talk has been through word of mouth, and from recommendations. I have been invited back to some groups more than once. Many are waiting for Walking on Ice to be published.
I have always been a successful storyteller. I thoroughly enjoy talking to classes or groups of students from early childhood to senior college students
An excerpt of True Stories Told Live, Chanel Arts Centre, April 2013
Emma Stevens is a NZ teacher raised in Whanganui where early contact with Maori profoundly influenced her life flowering into a lifelong interest and work with indigenous cultures. Her story involves Yup’ik Eskimo children, a Kiwi teacher and the watchful eyes of the entire Eskimo village....
If you would like me to talk to your group, or class