Talk, Audience Q&A, Signing
For tickets and more information, please visit: Milwaukee Public Library Literary Lunch event page
Elizabeth Strout: Painfully Human
Hosted by Tina Srebotnjak
For free tickets and more information, please see: Toronto Reference Library event page
Elizabeth will offer a lecture on "Why Fiction Matters" (with reference to Olive Kitteridge and My Name is Lucy Barton) followed by audience Q & A and a book signing. This event is part of Arlington Reads.
For more information, please see: Event page at Arlington Public Library
The evening of March 30th Elizabeth will give a lecture on her works, followed by audience Q&A. The following morning she will give the same lecture, followed by audience Q&A and a public book signing.
For tickets and more information, please see: Pen Pals: Elizabeth Strout
Come meet the wildly popular novelist and short story writer Elizabeth Strout, a mainstay on the NY Times bestseller list and finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award and Man Booker Prize. Her author talk will be followed by a book signing and reception.
For more information, please visit: Richland Library event page
Elizabeth returns to her native Maine to discuss her new book and her life as a fiction writer. A book signing will follow. Hosted by Waynflete School at the Waynflete Arts Center. Limited VIP tickets available for a cocktail meet and greet with the author.
For tickets and more information, please see: Elizabeth Strout at The Telling Room
Elizabeth will lecture on her works, followed by a moderated Q&A and book signing.
Please note that reserved and general admission seats for this lecture are SOLD OUT, but a wait list is available online.
For the wait list and more information, please see: Ten Evenings: Elizabeth Strout
Elizabeth Strout In Conversation with Adam Haslett
NOTE: This event is SOLD OUT. To sign up for the ticket waiting list, please visit: Thalia Book Club: Elizabeth Strout My Name Is Lucy Barton
In Conversation with Steven Winn
For tickets and more info: City Arts & Lectures: Frances McDormand & Elizabeth Strout
Elizabeth will offer a lecture on My Name is Lucy Barton followed by audience Q & A, and a book signing.
To register, please visit: Author Event: Elizabeth Strout
For more more information, please see: Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library
Readings and reflections by Pulitzer Prize winning author Elizabeth Strout. Presented by Butler University’s Vivian S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series and the Spirit & Place Festival.
NOTE: This event is SOLD OUT.
To register: An Evening with Elizabeth Strout
RSVP by Nov. 7. Walk-ins welcome as seating allows after ticket holders have been seated.
Eleven Chicago area libraries come together to host Pulitzer award-winning author, Elizabeth Strout. Elizabeth will be in conversation with Rebecca Vnuk, author of three Reader's Advisory nonfiction titles and Editor, Collection Management and Library Outreach for Booklist Publications. Their conversation will be followed by audience Q&A and book signing.
To register and for more information, please see: One Author, One Community: A Conversation with Elizabeth Strout at EventBrite
Join the Friends of Princeton Public Library for our Annual Fall Gala, and celebrate the library at a special evening in the heart of our community.
6:00 p.m. Elizabeth Strout in conversation with novelist Jean Hanff Korelitz at Nassau Presbyterian Church
7:15 p.m. Book signing and cocktails at Princeton Public Library followed by a silent auction
8:30 p.m. Dinner on Hinds Plaza
For more information and to purchase tickets, please see: Beyond Words Benefit
Helen Simonson in Conversation with Elizabeth Strout
Helen Simonson presents The Summer Before The War in conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Strout.
Seating is limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Books can be picked up after signing.
If you have questions or concerns, email firstname.lastname@example.org or ask a bookseller for more information.
More info: Event page at Barnes & Noble
Supper buffet followed by readings and conversation featuring Elizabeth Strout (My Name is Lucy Barton), Sharon Guskin (The Forgetting Time), and Boris Fishman (Don’t Let My Baby Do Rodeo).
More info: Upcoming Events at Spoken Interludes
For tickets: Reservation at Spoken Interludes
In Conversation: Ann Packer & Elizabeth Strout
New York Times bestselling authors Ann Packer and Elizabeth Strout will discuss their new novels that center around the powerful influence of families on our lives. The Children's Crusade (Packer) is the compassionate and nuanced story of the Blairs and their home in the yet-to-be-discovered Silicon Valley, and how family can be both a comfort and a destructive force. Strout's My Name is Lucy Barton tells the story of a reunion between a mother and daughter that uncovers long-buried tensions.
More info and to RSVP: Event page at The Center for Fiction
Elizabeth Strout discusses My Name is Lucy Barton
Elizabeth Strout discusses My Name is Lucy Barton with Cressida Connolly.
The Pulitzer Prize Winner on the tender relationship between mother and daughter.
£20 including book / £10 / £5 Students
Tickets and more information: Elizabeth Strout at Lutyens and Rubinstein
Doors open at 6.30pm.
Please join us from then to claim your seat and have a glass of wine.
We are a small venue and our events sell out quickly.
Please purchase a ticket to guarantee a seat.
Lucy Barton is recovering slowly from what should have been a simple operation. Her mother, to whom she hasn’t spoken for many years, comes to see her. Her unexpected visit forces Lucy to confront the tension and longing that have informed every aspect of her life: her impoverished childhood in Amgash, Illinois, her escape to New York and her desire to become a writer, her faltering marriage, her love for her two daughters.
Knitting this powerful narrative together is the brilliant storytelling voice of Lucy herself: keenly observant, deeply human, and truly unforgettable. In My Name Is Lucy Barton, one of America’s finest writers shows how a simple hospital visit illuminates the most tender relationship of all-the one between mother and daughter.
Elizabeth Strout is the author of Olive Kitteridge, for which she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, as well as The Burgess Boys, a New York Times bestseller, and two other novels. She has also been a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award and the Orange Prize. She lives in New York City and Portland, Maine.
Cressida Connelly is a journalist, reviewer and prize-winning author of three books; most recently a novel, My Former Heart.
Due to the storm and unforeseen travelling circumstances, this event is cancelled.
The Bram & Bluma Appel Salon is a vibrant literary and cultural commons in the heart of the city, located on the second floor of the Toronto Reference Library. It is a place where writers, thinkers, artists and innovators from around the world gather for conversation and debate.
Elizabeth will speak with The Globe and Mail's Sarah Hampson on mother-daughter relationships and her new novel, My Name is Lucy Barton.
Q&A and book signing to follow. Books available for purchase in the Salon courtesy of Ben McNally beginning at 6pm. Cash or credit.
Admission is free but tickets are required.
For more information: Elizabeth Strout at Toronto Public Library
Salon @615 Series
Parnassus Books is thrilled to welcome Elizabeth Strout for a reading of her new book, My Name is Lucy Barton, as a part of our Salon@615 speaker series.
This salon is a free, ticketed event.
A limited number of auditorium tickets will be available on-site 30 minutes before show time on the event date. Advance auditorium tickets are limited and guarantee a seat in the auditorium.
Arrival time: 5:45 PM
Start time: 6:15 PM
For tickets and more information, please visit: Parnassus Books event page
Arrive early for the on-site ticket line. Once auditorium seats have been filled, guests will be accommodated in alternative viewing locations. As a Salon patron, you will receive a 10% discount!
Photo credit: Nashville Public Library
In-conversation with Kelly Corrigan, Q&A, signing
Fans of the book Olive Kitteridge should sit up and take notice - the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of that book is coming to Kepler's to discuss her new novel, My Name is Lucy Barton!
Tickets are available at Kepler's and online at Brown Paper Tickets
Student, General, and Premier Seating (includes a hardcover copy of My Name Is Lucy Barton) available.
For more information, please visit: Kepler’s Books event page