Video Interviews

Politics & Prose: Elizabeth Strout with NPR arts correspondent Lynn Neary

A companion volume to My Name is Lucy Barton, Strout's sixth novel unfolds in Lucy's home town and brings to life some of the many characters Lucy and her mother talked about during Lucy's recovery.

http://www.politics-prose.com/book/9780812989403

Elizabeth Strout, "Anything Is Possible"
Politics & Prose, Washington, D.C.
May 9, 2017

FRANCE 24 (English): Elizabeth Strout

Elizabeth Strout weaves deceptively simple stories of small-town America that explore human relationships and reveal universal truths. From the Pulitzer Prize-winning "Olive Kitteridge" to "My name is Lucy Barton", Strout has a flair for creating authentic, uncannily lifelike protagonists.

Why Fiction Matters with Liz Strout and Andre Dubus III

In Elizabeth Strout's My Name Is Lucy Barton a New York Public Library librarian asks, "What is your job as a writer of fiction?" It's a question worth asking two writers who have devoted their lives to writing and reading fiction.

Why Fiction Matters with Liz Strout and Andre Dubus III
Newburyport Literary Festival
May 4, 2016