Wally on “Why I Live in Connecticut” at Goodwin College
Check out Wally and other speakers reflecting on “Why I Live in Connecticut” at Goodwin College, sponsored by the Hartford Courant, on Tuesday, 12 May at 6 PM.
Free and open to the public! Check out the website by clicking here.
Wally Lamb PBS interview on Harper Lee
Click here to check out a video interview with Wally Lamb on the topic of Harper Lee’s newly-announced novel!
Audio recording of Wally Lamb at the KWLS
Click here for an audio recording of Wally Lamb at the 2015 Key West Literary Seminar, the theme of which was “Compassion.”
Check out the trailer for Wishin’ & Hopin’!
Click here to check out the trailer! Don’t forget: Wishin’ & Hopin’ premieres at 8 PM on Lifetime this Saturday (December 6)!
5 Upcoming Screenings of Wishin’ & Hopin’!
Announcing five upcoming screenings of Wishin’ & Hopin’ to take place in Connecticut, California, and New York!
November 23 in New London, CT (world premiere):
Garde Arts Center Theater (325 State St., New London)
2:30 (sold out) / 6:30 (tickets still available!)
December 1 in Hollywood, CA:
Arclight Cinemas (630 West Sunset Blvd., Hollywood)
December 1 in New York City, NY:
Sunshine Cinema (143 East Houston St., NYC)
December 4 in New Haven, CT:
Lyman Center for the Performing Arts at Southern Connecticut State U (501 Crescent St., New Haven)
December 11 in Storrs, CT:
Student Union Theatre at University of Connecticut (2110 Hillside Rd., Storrs Mansfield)
Preregister at the website: https://secure.www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/UCN/event/showEventForm.jsp?form_id=183468
Wishin’ & Hopin’ Premiere (New London, CT)!
Wishin’ & Hopin’ will be making its world theatrical premiere in New London, Connecticut on November 23! Check out the info below:
Garde Arts Center
2:30 PM (sold out)
6:30 PM (tickets still available)
325 State St.
New London, CT 06320
Check out the website: https://tickets.gardearts.org/
Wishin’ & Hopin’ NYC and LA screenings!
Wishin’ & Hopin’ is now scheduled for December screenings in New York City and in Los Angeles! Check out the information below.
New York City:
Monday December 1, 2014 at 8PM
143 E. Houston Street
New York, NY 10002
Monday December 1, 2014 at 8 PM
630 W. Sunset Blvd.
Hollywood, CA 90028
Remains of Ellis Ruley Exhumed
Those of you who’ve read We Are Water may be interested in some recent news from my hometown (Norwich CT.) In my novel, the character of the outsider artist Josephus Jones was loosely based on Norwich artist Ellis Ruley, whose death (and the earlier death of his son-in-law) were declared accidental at the time but may have been homicides, perhaps racially motivated. Now the bodies of both men have been exhumed and will be studied for evidence of foul play. See the link below to read about this fascinating development.
Wishin’ & Hopin’ Headed to Big Screen! in UConn Today
Check out this new write-up on the upcoming film release of Wishin’ & Hopin’ here!