The Writer’s Journey with Wendy Walker and Friends

Wendy Walker
Wendy Corsi Straub
Alison Gaylin

The Writer’s Journey with Wendy Walker and Friends

Run Time: 90 min.
June 29, 2023 at 7pm

Tickets: $20 Regular, $30 Premium
Members: $17 Regular, $25.50 Premium
Main Theater

Join us for an in-depth conversation with three talented authors – Wendy Walker (What Remains), Wendy Corsi Straub (Windfall) and Alison Gaylin (The Collective) as they cover a range of topics about the entire writing process, including their inspirations, struggles and personal journeys. An audience Q&A will follow the panel discussion.

About the Authors:

Wendy Walker is the author of the psychological suspense novels All Is Not ForgottenEmma in the NightThe Night BeforeDon’t Look for Me, and American Girl. Her novels have been translated into twenty-three foreign languages, topped bestseller lists both nationally and abroad, and have been optioned for television and film. Wendy holds degrees from Brown University and Georgetown Law School. She is a former family law attorney with training in child advocacy and has worked in finance and several areas of the law.

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Wendy Corsi Staub has published more than 90 novels over a three decade career, under her own name and various pseudonyms including Wendy Markham. Her latest psychological suspense novel is WINDFALL (William Morrow, July 2023) and the fifth title in her Lily Dale Mystery series is A STRANGER VANISHES (Severn House, October 2022).  She’s been honored five times with the Westchester Library Association Washington Irving Prize for Fiction; has won an RWA Rita Award, an RT Award for Career Achievement in Suspense, and the 2007 RWA-NYC Golden Apple Award for Lifetime Achievement; and is a three-time finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. She lives in Katonah, NY with her husband, rescue cats, and occasionally a twentysomething son or two.

USA Today and international bestselling author Alison Gaylin has won the Edgar and Shamus awards. Her books have been published in more than a dozen countries and her short stories have been chosen for Best American Mysteries and Suspense and  Best Mystery Stories of the Year. Her latest standalone, The Collective (William Morrow) has been optioned by Yellow Bird UK (the Millennium Trilogy) for development as a TV series. Recently, she took over the reins as the writer of Robert B. Parker’s Sunny Randall mystery series — the first woman to do so. Gaylin’s first installment, Bad Influence, came out from Putnam on June 13.