Interviews & Press

Alison LarkinBelow please find a selection of resources for Alison Larkin and her book, The English American.

Alison Larkin interviewed in Mainstreet Magazine (September 2020), “Marvelously Light-Footed

“Modesty, propriety can lead to notoriety…
At night a candle’s brighter than the sun.”
And, now you have met Alison Larkin.
-excerpt from Mainstreet Magazine

Read the interview here

As the ultimate English American, Alison shares her insights for partaking in the fine British tradition of making a proper cup of tea just in time for the Royal Wedding this weekend in the Berkshire Eagle!

Alison featured & interviewed in Rural Intelligence, The Rural We: Alison Larkin, sharing how she made her way to the Berkshires.

Alison featured and interviewed in The Artful Mind

The English American paperback press release. (pdf)

The English American is under option to Bright Pictures UK to be turned into a motion picture. Alison Larkin will write the screenplay. Roger Goldby will direct. Sarah Sulick and Roger Goldby of Bright Pictures, UK will produce. View press release. (pdf)

A Selection of Newspaper and Online Features & Interviews

“Author-comedian Alison Larkin mines her adoption for humor, insight”
Rebecca J. Ritzel, The Washington Post, 11/17/09

The English American Returns to Benefit Barker” (pdf)
The Barker Foundation’s Autumn 2009 Barker Connections

Alison’s Powells Books Blog post “The Singing Author”

Reviewed with Q&A by Readaholic Blog
“I loved following along and sharing Pippa’s life. She is hilarious and real,
definitely someone I would love to be friends with.”

Paige Crutcher, Review
“Larkin created a poignant world, drawing inspiration from her own life. Pippa enchants, corals and surprises at every turn. Larkin has created characters so authentic, you’ll be inclined to check over your shoulder in assurance they aren’t reading you their story aloud.”

Clare Swindlehurst, Blue Archipelago Review
“This book is funny, endearing, romantic, heart wrenching and heart warming, and I dare you not to devour it in as few a sittings as possible. It’s the perfect book for a Sunday afternoon curled up by the fire with your cat, and one day I hope to see it on the big screen as I think it would make a fantastic movie.” Read an interview with Alison on Blue Archipelago.

USA Today “New Voices” Profile
Washington Post
The Daily Record
Berkeleyscot’s Weblog
Beyond the Bestseller Blog
Conversations w/ Famous Writers blog
UK Today
McNaughton Books (pdf)
Interview with Jean Strauss (pdf)