Therese’s forthcoming novel, A Good Neighborhood, is slated for release on Feb. 4, 2020.
A Well-Behaved Woman is shortlisted for the American Library Association’s Reading List Award for Historical Fiction.
Publishers Weekly names A Well-Behaved Woman as one of their Most Anticipated Books for Fall.
Sony Pictures Television is developing A Well-Behaved Woman for TV, with Kate Barnow adapting.
**New events will be added as dates are confirmed. Please check back periodically for the latest schedule.
10/16: WUNC “The State of Things,” Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill metro area, 12pm
10/16: Book launch party at Quail Ridge Books, Raleigh, NC, 7pm
10/17: Flyleaf Books, Chapel Hill, NC, 7pm
10/18: Durham Literacy Center fall fundraiser, Durham, NC (info and tickets)
10/20: Reading Between the Wines (with John Kessel), Goldsboro, NC (more info)
10/21: Parnassus Books, Nashville, TN, 2pm
10/22: Ferguson Library, Stamford, CT (more info)
10/23: An Evening at the Lenox Hotel, Boston, MA (info and tickets)
10/24: “Belcourt Speaks” Reading Series, Newport, RI (info and tickets)
10/25: WNYC “All of it with Alison Stewart”, New York City metro area, 1pm
10/25: CUNY-TV “Arts in the City”, New York City, broadcast time TBA
10/26-28: Pawley’s Island Writers Conference–Keynote and workshop, Pawley’s Island, SC (more info)
10/27: Litchfield Books, Pawleys Island, SC, 4:45pm
10/30: University of North Carolina-Asheville, in conversation with author Denise Kiernan, Asheville, NC, 7pm (more info)
11/1: Politics and Prose, in conversation with Bethanne Patrick, “the Book Maven,” Union Market, Washington, DC, 7pm
11/2-3: 39th Annual Friends of Erma Bombeck Authors Luncheon, Phoenix, AZ (more info)
11/5: Third Place Books (Ravenna location), Seattle, WA, 7pm
11/7: ABC Radio “Nightlife with Sarah Macdonald,” Australia broadcast
11/7: Tattered Cover (Aspen Grove Location), Denver, CO, 7pm
11/8: Page & Palette, Fairhope, AL, 6pm
11/17: Weymouth Center for the Arts fall fundraiser, Southern Pines, NC
11/30: Moveable Feast Luncheon with John Kessel, Pawley’s Island, SC, 11am (To make a reservation for the luncheon call 843-235-9600: SOLD OUT)
1/17/19: NCSU Reading Series and Reception, 7:30pm, James B. Hunt Library Auditorium, NCSU Centennial Campus, Raleigh, NC
3/2-3/3: Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson, AZ
3/13-3/16: International Conference for the Fantastic in the Arts, Orlando, FL
4/7/19: The Ohio State University One Book/One Community Discussion, Newark, OH
4/8/19: An Evening with Therese Anne Fowler at the Hudson Library, Hudson, OH
4/10/19: Oxford Writing Festival, Miami University Shriver Center, Oxford, OH
5/18/19: Gaithersburg Book Festival in conversation with novelist Sarah McCoy, Gaithersburg, MD
10/17/10: Lakeland Library Author Series, 7-9pm, Lakeland Public Library, Lakeland, FL
10/22/19: Barton College talk and reading, Wilson, NC
Therese has an essay in the new anthology A Paris All Your Own, edited by Eleanor Brown and available in bookstores everywhere.
Christina Ricci and Therese had a conversation with journalist/critic Caryn James at New York City’s 92nd St. Y on, Jan. 24th, 2017. See the video here.