William Ivor Fowkes is an award-winning playwright and author based in Manhattan & Connecticut and a member of the Dramatists Guild. His plays have been presented in 29 states, the District of Columbia, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. Many of his plays have been presented on the radio, on podcasts, and online; many have been published. His short fiction has been published in many journals.  Full biography. 



Productions, Readings, Etc.

Current & Upcoming



DO NOT GO GENTLE, ANGELA

To Be Published

 

Angela suffers from dementia. Her nurse assumes nothing is going on behind that silent face. Angela knows better.

 

DO NOT GO GENTLE, ANGELAa 10-Minute Play By William Ivor Fowkes, is going to be published in the Iris Literary Journal, Assure Press, 2021. (Tennessee Williams and Woody Allen, pictured below, are two of the characters who appear in this play.)


MONET and AN UBER IN THE RAIN

Recorded for Livestream Broadcast

 

Visitors to the Musee Marmottan Monet in Paris get lost in their thoughts while contemplating a painting. Is this the end of art?

 

MONET, a 10-Minute Play by William Ivor Fowkes, has been recorded by Anytime Ensemble Players for livestream broadcast at a date TBA.

A man and a woman, both recently divorced from each other's best friend, run into each other in the rain.

 

AN UBER IN THE RAIN, a short play by William Ivor Fowkes, has been recorded by Anytime Ensemble Players for livestream broadcast at a date TBA.


STUCK IN PLACE

To Be Published

 

Stefan, an anxious playwright, refuses to focus on his imminent move as he works away on a play whose ending he can't quite figure out. 

 

STUCK IN PLACE, a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes, has been accepted for publication by the journal, Waxing & Waning, September 2021. Theatre in My Pajamas presented an online reading of STUCK IN PLACE in September 2020. 


An Audio Production of THE NEXT MOVE in the UK

 

Something's not quite right as Donald and Roberta, an elderly couple, prepare for company one Sunday afternoon.

 

Dark Unicorn Productions, UK, is presenting an audio production of THE NEXT MOVE, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes (September 2021). THE NEXT MOVE was first presented as a staged reading at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in 2006. Since then it has been produced several times, most recently in 2017 on stage at Theatre Southwest, Houston (Annual Festival of Originals) and as a radio production by Radio Theatre Project, St. Petersburg, FL.

 


To Be Published: Monologue from

INCIDENT IN CONFERENCE ROOM B 

 

Three potential congressional candidates find themselves locked in a fight for more than just the candidacy. Inspired by David Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. In this monologue, one of the candidates goes to confession for the first time in ten years to make an accusation against the church.

 

A monologue from INCIDENT IN CONFERENCE ROOM B, a full-length play by William Ivor Fowkes, is being published in the Best Men's Monologues, 2021 Anthology, by Smith & Kraus, September 2021.  

 


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A Livestream Production of COUPLE OF THE CENTURY 

 

Nick and Diane make an unlikely married couple--he's a college dropout from Flatbush with a successful contracting business and an overactive libido; she's a Yale-eductaed psychotherapist with a keen sense of what's proper--so, when they arrive at a marital crisis, it may take more than therapy to save this marriage. 

 

UNLV Second Stage (University of Nevada, Las Vegas), a student-run theater group, presented a livestream production of  COUPLE OF THE CENTURY, a full-length play by William Ivor Fowkes, on YouTube, April 2-3, 2021.  This play was first produced at the Downtown Urban Theater Festival at the Cherry Lane Theatre in New York in 2008.

  

WATCH IT HERE NOW.

 


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A Zoom Reading  of

INCIDENT IN CONFERENCE ROOM B 

Is this any way to find congressional candidates?

 

Watch ZOOM Reading Here

 

Trapped in a conference room, three potential congressional candidates compete to prove their suitability for the Party's nomination. As their claustrophobia and discomfort intensify, tempers flare, and the attacks become more personal until only one resolution is possible. 

 

INCIDENT IN CONFERENCE ROOM B, a new full-length play by William Ivor Fowkes, was presented in a live Zoom reading on June 15, 2020 by IATI Theater in New York City. INCIDENT IN CONFERENCE ROOM B was one of 10 plays developed at IATI Theater's Cimientos 2020 Play Development Program and presented in readings in June. 

 

INCIDENT IN CONFERENCE ROOM B takes place at the intersection of politics, religion, and the desire for power and influence. It was inspired by David Hume's classic philosophical work, Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion.

 

Watch ZOOM Reading Here


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A Zoom Reading of STEAM

 

Two strangers in a steam room seek more than just sex.

 

Theatre Rhinoceros in San Francisco--the longest-running queer theatre in the world--presented a free Staged Reading on ZOOM of STEAM, a one act play written by William Ivor Fowkes, directed by Joe Tally, at 11PM Eastern (8PM Pacific), Saturday, April 18, 2020. Featured Bay Area actors Justin Lopez ("Jeff") and Nick Trengrove ("Kevin").

 

Watch Zoom Reading of STEAM Here.

 



Productions, Readings, Etc.

Recent



A Reading of SUNSHINE QUEST in Florida, July 21, 2021

 

It's the Year of Our Lord 1999. Retired gay men flock to the Sunshine Quest Club in Fort Lauderdale, FL for dancing, companionship, and nonstop fun. But not everyone is waiting for them with open arms. 

 

SUNSHINE QUEST, a full-length LGBTQ+ comedy by William Ivor Fowkes, was presented in a reading at The Foundry, Wilton Manors, FL at 8PM, Wednesday, July 21, 2021--presented by Ronnie Larsen, directed by David Simpson, and starring Brewer Daniels. Presented by POW!

SUNSHINE QUEST was first produced at the Fresh Fruit Festival at the Wild Project in New York in 2014, where it won a "Fruitie" Award for Best Supporting Performance (Camille Mazurek).


Watch It Here (see below):

Livestream Productions 

VIRTUAL FIRST DATE 

A 10-Minute Zoom Play by William Ivor Fowkes. 

 

Kyle & Julia meet online during the Covid Crisis and attempt a first date on FaceTime. 

 

VIRTUAL FIRST DATE,  a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes devised for Zoom, has received received multiple livestream productions: 

 

(1) VIRTUAL FIRST DATE was presented by Anytime Players Ensemble at Shut in But Not Shut Down, their benefit for the Actors Fund, November 11-15, 2020. 

WATCH IT HERE (the 4th play in video)  

 

(2)  Fargo/Moorhead Community Theater, ND, presented VIRTUAL FIRST DATE   in its Virtual 10-Minute Play Festival. A video of the play was released November 13, 2020.  

 

(3) VIRTUAL FIRST DATE was named one of the 5 winners of This Covid Life, an international competition launched during lockdown by four WGGB (Writers' Guild of Great Britain) members, including the founders of writers' collective SCRIPT6. The Anytime Players Ensemble production (see above) was live-streamed by Script6 along with the other winners on February 2, 2021.  

 

(4) The Department of Theatre & Dance at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, presented VIRTUAL FIRST DATE May 1-7, 2021. 


THE MASSEUR & THE MOVIE STAR Presented in a Zoom Reading

 

 

Massage therapist Brad Hall isn't comfortable working at a social club for senior gay men in Fort Lauderdale, FL, but he has no problem working on one particular client.

 

Almost Adults Productions, Santa Fe, NM, presented a Zoom reading of THE MASSEUR & THE MOVIE STAR, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes, Sunday, February 21, 2021 at 5:30PM Eastern Time (3:30PM Mountain Time). Also 3 other plays plus a talkback with the playwrights after the reading.

 

The Masseur & the Movie Star is an excerpt from the full-length play, SUNSHINE QUEST by William Ivor Fowkes, which premiered at the 2014 Fresh Fruit Festival.

ARTICLE IN BROADWAY WORLD.


Read it here!

TWO AMERICANS IN LONDON Published by The Galway Review in Ireland. 

 

Two men who share a past run into each other in the bar of a London hotel.

 

TWO AMERICANS IN LONDON,  a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes, was published November 2020 by The Galway Review in Ireland. This play is an excerpt from the full-length play, THE HUDSON GUIDE TO TABLE MANNERS by William Ivor Fowkes. 

 

 

READ IT HERE 

 


BILL OF HEALTH Published by Iris Literary Journal

 

How far should you take the Hippocratic Oath?

 

In BILL OF HEALTH, a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes, a gay patient and his doctor confront a series of crises. BILL OF HEALTH was published by Iris Literary Journal of Assure Press, Volume 1, Issue 2 - Summer 2020.  

 


Livestream Production: 

SISYPHUS & ICARUS: A LOVE STORY

 

 

Earthbound Sisyphus and flight-obsessed Icarus meet and fall in love. Two years later, they find themselves in couples therapy. 

 

SISYPHUS & ICARUS: A LOVE STORY,  a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes, was presented in a livestream production on Zoom on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 8PM ET in week 4 of Third Citizen Theatre Company's Digital Dionysia Festival.

 

 


Livestream Reading of

A MISUNDERSTANDING AT SUNSHINE QUEST 

 

It's New Year's Eve 1999. Retired gay men flock to the Sunshine Quest Club in Fort Lauderdale to welcome in the new millennium. But in the midst of all the celebrating, one attempted flirtation goes awry. 

 

A MISUNDERSTANDING AT SUNSHINE QUEST,  a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes, was presented in a livestream reading by Love Creek Productions, 7:30PM ET, Friday, December 18, 2020. This play is adapted from an excerpt from his full-length play, SUNSHINE QUEST, which premiered at the Fresh Fruit Festival in NYC in 2014.

 


Live YouTube Reading of 

AN UBER IN THE RAIN

 

A man and a woman, both recently divorced from each other's best friend, run into each other in the rain.

 

Turn Point Theatre, UK, presented AN UBER IN THE RAIN, a short play by William Ivor Fowkes, at Tickle & Scratch, a weekly play reading event, at 2:30 PM EDT, Thursday, October 8, 2020. This play is an excerpt from his full-length play, THE FIDELITY CLAUSE.

 

WATCH HERE


Live Zoom Reading of TELLING THE BOYS,

a Monologue

 

A man faces the challenge of coming out to his young sons.

 

Some1Speaking, a monthly "exploration of the art of the monologue" presented by Roland Tec, presented 5 monologues, including TELLING THE BOYS by William Ivor Fowkes (and performed by William Ivor Fowkes), at 6PM ET, Monday, October 5, 2020. Some1Speaking is a continuation and extension of the "Me & My Masks" Monologue and Fest that was produced recently by PinkPlot Productions. TELLING THE BOYS is an excerpt from the full-length play, MARRIAGES OF INCONVENIENCE, by William Ivor Fowkes. 

 


STUCK IN PLACE  Presented in a Reading

 

An anxious playwright refuses to focus on his imminent move as he works away on a play whose ending he can't figure out. 

 

Theatre in My Pajamas presented an online reading of STUCK IN PLACE, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes, at 9PM EDT, Thursday, September 10, 2020 at 9PM EDT on Facebook.

 


An Online Reading of

DO NOT GO GENTLE, ANGELA

 

Angela suffers from dementia. Her nurse assumes nothing is going on behind that silent face. Angela knows better.

 

DO NOT GO GENTLE, ANGELA, a 10-Minute Play By William Ivor Fowkes, was presented May 30, 2020 in an online Zoom reading in Round 1 of" Sip and Play" by Love City Arts, NYC. (Tennessee Williams, pictured above, is one of the characters who appears in this play.

 


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NOT HERE YET Published 

 

Two women fight for survival on the streets of midtown Manhattan.

 

NOT HERE YET, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes, was published in the May 6, 2020 issue of FLEAS ON THE DOG, an online journal. ("We're a no frills, brown bag lit rag with only one focus: GOOD WRITING.") NOT HERE YET was first produced by Love Creek Productions in New York in 2012. It has been recorded and presented by two radio companies: Radio Theatre Project of St. Petersburg, FL (2017) and Petaluma Radio Players of Petaluma, CA (2019). In 2018, Radio Theatre Project presented NOT HERE YET at the Atlanta Audio Fringe Festival.

 

READ IT HERE

 


Listen to it here!

MISS PEDDY & GRACE Airing at Atlanta Audio Fringe Festival

 

Caroline Peddy--an experienced and dedicated caretaker of elderly loved ones--may soon be available for hire. Then again, her current charge, octogenarian Grace Butler, sees her in a different light and has a different scenario in mind.

 

Radio Theatre Project of St. Petersburg, FL, who presented the one-act dark comedy radio play, MISS PEDDY & GRACE by William Ivor Fowkes, last October, presented it at the 8th Annual Atlanta Audio Fringe Festival starting Friday, May 15, 2020. In August 2019, the stage version of this play was produced at Silver Spring Stage, Silver Spring, MD. The world premiere production was presented at Gallery Players, Brooklyn, June 2015.

LISTEN HERE NOW (Scroll down to the first play under "General Audience")  

 


Available on

Amazon Prime Video:

THE BRAZILIAN DILEMMA

 

Peter and Janine have finally said the "L Word" to each other. But what about the third person in their bed?

 

A Short Movie - Screenplay by William Ivor Fowkes.

 

THE BRAZILIAN DILEMMA started as a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes. It is now a movie--directed by TS Naylor; screenplay by William Ivor Fowkes; produced by Pulkit Datta; starring Robert Z. Grant and Karen Chamberlain. It premiered on Amazon Prime Video in 2019 and was an Official Selection at the Adirondack Film Festival in Glens Falls, NY, and the Hunter Mountain Film Festival, both in 2018. 

 

Link to THE BRAZILIAN DILEMMA

 


Recording and Podcast of MISS PEDDY & GRACE 

 

Caroline Peddy--an experienced and dedicated caretaker of elderly loved ones--may soon be available for hire. Then again, her current charge, octogenarian Grace Butler, sees her in a different light and has a different scenario in mind.

 

A Radio Play by William Ivor Fowkes.

 

Radio Theatre Project of St. Petersburg, FL  presented a live recording of MISS PEDDY & GRACE at 7PM, Monday, October 28, 2019 at The Studio @620 in St. Petersburg, FL. After the recording, the play was posted as a podcast.

 


DO NOT GO GENTLE, ANGELA 

Presented in a Reading

Angela suffers from dementia. Her nurse assumes nothing is going on behind that silent face. Angela knows better.

 

DO NOT GO GENTLE, ANGELA,  a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes, based loosely on his mother, with appearances by Tennessee Williams, Woody Allen, and others, was presented in a cold reading on September 16, 2019, 7:30 PM,  at PIZZA & PLAYS, a monthly evening of 10-minute plays--and pizza--at Lucky Jack's Bar & Lounge, 129 Orchard Street, on Manhattan's Lower East Side. 

 


A Production of

MISS PEDDY & GRACE 

 

Caroline Peddy--an experienced and dedicated caretaker of elderly loved ones--may soon be available for hire. Then again, her current charge, octogenarian Grace Butler, sees her in a different light and has a different scenario in mind.

 

MISS PEDDY & GRACE, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes, was produced at the annual One-Act Festival at SILVER SPRING STAGE in Silver Spring, MD, August 22-25, 2019. This play was first produced  in June 2015 at Gallery Players in Brooklyn, NY and then in July 2015 at Pend Oreille Players in Newport, WA.

 


A Review of

MISS PEDDY & GRACE

by William Ivor Fowkes

MD Theatre Guide 8-27-19

Theatre Review: ‘2019 One-Act Festival’ at Silver Spring Stage


"Silver Spring Stage picked five very different and intriguing plays for its second weekend. I know the third weekend will be equally worthwhile. It is a great way to end the summer. 


"After Intermission the lights went up on “Miss Peddy and Grace” by William Ivor Fowkes. This was an interesting study of the two women. Miss Peddy, sharply portrayed by Meghan Williams Elkins, is a home care nurse for the elderly. We see her interviewing for various jobs as she reveals her not always pure motives toward her charges. Grace is a dotty old woman, or so it seems, who we can guess will be the next to be under Miss Peddy’s care. Grace Butler was hilariously and craftily played by Harlene Leahy. This play was full of surprises and showed great insight into the minds of senior citizens who are often wrongly stereotyped because of their outward appearances. The direction by Pauline Griller-Mitchell was visually interesting and helped to create the tension of the plot that was very gripping."

PHOTO: Miss Peddy and Grace (Meghan Williams Elkins-Miss Peddy-left and Harlene Leahy-Grace-right). Photo by Harvey Levine


SISYPHUS & ICARUS: A LOVE STORY

at the LaBute New Theater Festival

 

Earthbound Sisyphus and flight-obsessed Icarus meet and fall in love. Two years later, they find themselves in couples therapy.

 

SISYPHUS & ICARUS: A LOVE STORY, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes, had its world premiere at St. Louis Actors' Studio's LaBute New Theater Festival at the Gaslight Theater in St. Louis, MO, July 19-28, 2019.  

 

MORE INFO 

 

An article about the festival.

 

Another article about the festival.

 

Rehearsal photos (director Wendy Greenwood):

 


THE WARD Published

 

Shortly before the presidential election of 2016, two stroke victims wake up and learn the latest news about the campaigns. 

 

THE WARD, a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes, was published in the 2019 issue of Statement Magazine, the literary journal of California State University, Los Angeles. The launch reception took place on April 29, 2019 in the Golden Eagle Ballroom.

 


A Staged Reading of  TABLE MANNERS IN HELL'S KITCHEN

 

Seated at neighboring tables at a Mexican restaurant, two couples--one straight, one gay--have very different things on their mind.

 

A 10-Minute Play by William Ivor Fowkes.

 

The latest "Table Manners" play by William Ivor Fowkes was presented in a staged reading at TAKE TEN 2: AN EVENING OF 10-MINUTE PLAY READINGS BY THE DGPG WRITERS (Dramatists Guild Playwrights Group), directed by GRETCHEN CRYER at The Players Club, NYC, Tuesday, April 9, 2019.

 


Podcast Recording of 

NOT HERE YET

 

Two women fight for survival on the streets of midtown Manhattan.

 

Petaluma Radio Players of Petaluma, CA released a new podcast recording of NOT HERE YET, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes. (This is different from the recording done by the Radio Theatre Project of St. Petersburg, FL in 2017--posted below--and presented at the Atlanta Audio Fringe Festival, 2018.) 

 

PETALUMA RADIO PLAYERS PODCAST

 


TENNESSEE WILLIAMS WINS A PRIZE Published in

The Paragon Journal 

 

Read it for free: click here.

 

Tennessee Williams is not impressed by the prize he winds one night. 

 

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS WINS A PRIZE, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes, was published in the October 2017 issue of The Paragon Journal.

 


A Podcast Production of COFFEE BREAK 

 

Linda doesn't take it very well when her lover tries to break up with her over coffee. 

 

Panglossian Productions of Williamsburg, VA released a podcast on February 5, 2018 (episode 21) that includes a cold reading of COFFEE BREAK, a 10-munute play by William Ivor Fowkes. COFFEE BREAK is an excerpt from the full-length comedy, THE FIDELITY CLAUSE. 

 

LISTEN HERE

 


Two One Act Plays Recorded by the Radio Theatre Project - LISTEN HERE.

The Radio Theatre Project of St. Petersburg, FL recorded two one act plays by William Ivor Fowkes in 2017. You can listen to both plays here: 

 

THE NEXT MOVE, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes. Recorded January 23, 2017.

 

An elderly couple bickers their way through a Sunday afternoon, uncovering some disturbing things in the process.

 

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

 

NOT HERE YET, a one-act play by William Ivor Fowkes. Recorded November 27, 2017. (Note that this is different from the podcast performance posted above by Petaluma Radio Players, Petaluma, CA, March 2018.)

 

Two women fight for survival on the streets of

                                                  midtown Manhattan. 

 

                                                  CLICK HERE TO LISTEN


A Staged Reading of

MONET

 

 

Visitors to the Musee Marmottan Monet in Paris get lost in their thoughts while contemplating a painting. Is this the end of art?

 

 

Turn to Flesh Productions presented a staged reading of MONET, a 10-minute play by William Ivor Fowkes, at its Cocktails & Classics event at 8PM, Saturday, November 10, 2018 at El Barrio Art Space, 215 East 99th Street, New York City.

 

LINK TO BLOG INTERVIEW 

 

 


Premiere of

THE BRAZILIAN DILEMMA

 

A Short Film Written by William Ivor Fowkes.

 

THE BRAZILIAN DILEMMA was an Official Selection of the 2018 Adirondack Film Festival and screened on Friday, October 19, 2018 and Saturday, October 20, 2018 in Glens Falls, NY. THE BRAZILIAN DILEMMA is based on a 10-minute play of the same name by William Ivor Fowkes.

 

 

  

 


August 17-26, 2018

A Production of PRIVATE PROPERTY

 

 

How far would you go to hold onto the ones you love? Retired banker Samuel Becker has been living in the woods for 30 years with Gregory South, a retired interior decorator with a big libido and the temperament of a child. Gregory misses their life in the city, but Samuel has found ways to keep him happy. His strategy starts to unravel when a reporter comes snooping around in this darkly funny mystery play.

 

The world premiere production of PRIVATE PROPERTY, a full-length play by William Ivor Fowkes,took place at The Late Night Summer Series at The Players' Ring, 105 Marcy Street, Portsmouth, NH, August 17-26, 2018.

THE PLAYERS: Directed by Marina Altschiller. 
CAST: 
Rick Watts - Gregory; 
Jay MacDougall - Samuel; 
Aimee Gigandet - Birdy; 
Joshua Bernard-Kriegl - Young Gregory; 
Chris Ferrill - Young Samuel; 
Joshua Moore - Patrick/Joe; 
Gwen Higgins - Brittany.

 


A Production of

MUSEUM LOVERS

in Upstate New York

 

 

 

In this "gallery of portraits," an odd assortment of characters pass through some of the world's great museums in search of art, enlightenment, ecstasy, or love. Some find what they're looking for; some lose their way; but all prove that the visitors can be more intriguing than the works on display.  

 

 

MUSEUM LOVERS, a Full-Length Play by William Ivor Fowkes, was produced by Harlequin Productions at Cayuga Community College in Auburn, NY.

Performance dates: Thursdays-Saturdays, October 24-26 and November 4-6, 2017.

 

 


Photos from the Harlequin Productions' production of MUSEUM LOVERS, a full-length play by William Ivor Fowkes.


NOW AVAILABLE:

SKYLINE: TALES OF MANHATTAN

A collection of 19 short stories by William Ivor Fowkes.

 

"In SKYLINE: TALES OF MANHATTAN, award-winning playwright and author William Ivor Fowkes presents stories of New Yorkers—gay, straight, and confused—making startling connections and discoveries. On the West Side, a man approaching his 60th birthday tries a new haircut, with disastrous consequences. On the East Side, a Park Avenue Republican gets a taste of life on the "down low" in Central Park. In the East Village, a struggling writer papers his kitchen wall with rejection letters. In SoHo, a graphic designer takes drastic steps to get the attention of her editor. At MOMA, a woman physically attacks a man examining a sculpture she doesn't like. Downtown, a transplanted New Orleans cabaret singer deals with life and love in the aftermath of 9/11. There are 19 stories in all—enough to demonstrate that Manhattan's residents are just as striking as the city's celebrated skyline."

 

 

This fine, often poignant collection about lonely people seeking to make the right connection in a city filled with options is really about lonely people stymied and confused by all the choices that surround them.  The stories successfully explore the internal fears and uncertainties of individuals struggling to discover a place (often it seems any place) where they belong . . .

 

“What is particularly original is the portrait of relationships, both straight and (mainly) gay, their complexity and how they evolve . . . How the characters evolve and come to terms with the circumstances of their lives is cleverly done. Most impressive is the one who reappears in several pieces who struggles with his latent feelings by denying them to himself until it becomes impossible . . . SCORE: 9 out of 10."

 

- BookLife Prize (from Publisher's Weekly)

 

Available on Amazon (paper or e-book).

Also available at Barnes and Noble.

 


Trailer for THE BRAZILIAN DILEMMA.

A 10-minute film written by William Ivor Fowkes, produced by Collective NY Films--starring Robert Z. Grant and Karen Chamberlain; producer Pulkit Datta; directed by Tim Naylor. Presented in 2018 at the Adirondack Film Festival and the Hunter Mountain Film Festival. Released on Amazon Prime Video in February 2019. 



 

 

 

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