Luanne Rice is the author of thirty-one novels including many New York Times bestsellers. Five of her books have been made into movies and mini-series, and her work has been featured at Hartford Stage in Hartford, Connecticut, the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles, California, and in several off-Broadway theatre productions. She divides her time between New York City, Los Angeles, and the Connecticut shoreline. Luanne’s Blog • Luanne’s Books • Luanne’s Readers Recent posts by Luanne
I'm thrilled to introduce my first young adult novel. I've always loved writing from the perspective of teenagers, especially sisters, especially at Hubbard's Point...writing this novel really took me back ... Read More
A blue moon is a celestial rarity and occurs when there are two full moons in one calendar month--such as the one today. It refers not to the color ... Read More
The idea of a pilgrimage is powerful, and carries spiritual overtones, and I made one recently, with a good friend, to see work by Agnes Martin at the Tate ... Read More
Living in the world of whatever I am writing is my favorite place to be, but sometimes it's helpful to step outside--literally. The terrace is tiny, and high over ... Read More
It was winter, but I went north. I wanted the deep and dark, and I dreamed of seeing the aurora borealis. Living in New York City, I follow an aurora ... Read More
Paris is home.
If you are lucky enough to live to a certain age, and you've moved around some, perhaps you've had an address in a few cities, inhabited a ... Read More
I felt honored to be interviewed by Lauren Cerand for Pen America's Pen Ten series.
By: PEN America
PUBLISHED ON DECEMBER 9, 2014
Photo by Adrian Kinloch
The PEN Ten is PEN America's ... Read More
When I was little and would leave my mother's side, she would always say, "Be careful." And I was, mostly. Those words were my invisible tattoo. I paid attention ... Read More
Emily May Beaudry was born on November 6, 1898 in Providence, Rhode Island. She was the second oldest in a family of eight children, two of whom died young. ... Read More
I was so honored to learn Connecticut College wanted a profile of me for CC Magazine. Amy Martin, the magazine's wonderful editor, made it all happen. Ben ... Read More
Late October, looking west from Chelsea, tonight's sunset is particularly iridescent. I see the sky, and the Hudson River, and planes in their landing pattern at Newark Airport, and ... Read More
Fall in New York is an exciting time. It feels like the best of what you remember about going back to school--so many thrilling new subjects to discover and ... Read More
This morning the tiny terrace in the sky was a haven for golden crowned kinglets.
Every fall migratory birds fly south from their breeding grounds in the Canadian forests on their ... Read More
Today at 4 pm I'll be the Guest DJ on SiriusXM's E Street Radio, talking about Bruce Springsteen and playing ten of my favorite songs of his.
I am ... Read More
I wouldn't exactly call Maisie a "problem cat" (there-are-no-bad-cats) but ever since she was a kitten, she has had a certain personality: contrary, cantankerous, particular in whom she allows ... Read More
Chelsea, my neighborhood in New York City, is beautiful and charming at all times of year, but there is something about fall that suits it particularly well. The side streets ... Read More
BESTSELLING AUTHOR LUANNE RICE FEATURED IN GLOBE TALKS
ON IMMIGRATION’S HUMANITARIAN CHALLENGES
Luanne Rice, Paul Bridges, Jennifer Hochschild and Marcela García
Joined The Boston Globe & The Kennedy Library
to Offer ... Read More
This marsh is part of Hubbard's Point. Egrets roost in the trees, osprey build their nests on poles, fish and eels travel up creeks to spawn, and the banks ... Read More