My new play “Save the Country” is about First U.S. Congresswoman and Montanan, Jeannette Rankin. This marks my fifth work on Rankin’s life, and coincides with the 100 Year Anniversary of Rankin’s election to Congress in 1916. “Save the Country” will have its first staged reading at the Bozeman Library on November 1, 2016 at 6pm. Bozeman Public Library 626 E. Main St. Bozeman, MT … Continue reading “Save the Country” by Allyson Adams
Beginners are most welcome! Please visit Virginia City Women Writer’s Retreat Website for more information about the workshop. We would love to have you! We are also on Facebook Virginia City Women Writer’s Retreat Event Page. Continue reading Virginia City Writer’s Retreat
New York City is still the last best place to get that Art “fix” and look humanity right in the face. After being away for 23 years, which I now refer to as “Manhattan Interruptus,” my cup runneth over with the juice of this pulsating metropolis. Thanks to the good company of Beau Gage, who is a true patron to the arts and fine sculpturess … Continue reading Art Knows Best
Actor in the King’s Court in the Los Angeles Times by Susan King about book The Rebel and the King! Susan was wonderful to be interviewed by. She knows her stuff and I learned a lot! Thank you so much Susan King for doing this story. Continue reading Actor in the King’s Court – Los Angeles Times
Huffington Post ‘The Rebel And The King’: Allyson Adams Finds Late Father’s Book About Elvis, Decides To Publish It Ventura County Star | By Brett Johnson P Thanks to Brett Johnson! Continue reading Huffington Post
Check out this article on the Rebel and the King in the Malibu Surfside News! Click for the PDF or view here. Continue reading “Book on Elvis Also Sheds Light on Enigmatic Actor Nick Adams” – in the Malibu Surfside News!
It’s happening, I’m really going to Graceland and taking my Tupelo Honey. This journey is becoming a Elvis pilgrimage to the Kings’ birthplace in Tupelo where a NEW STATUE is being unveiled. I will be there with a card table, peddling advance copies of The Rebel & The King, tweeting away about the festivities. But first, I will have met the Tupelo Elvis Fan Club with my new good friend, Roy Turner, in the wildest room of Elvis decor done in pink and red with black accent, that I’ve ever seen. (see photo) Can’t wait! Then it’s to legendary DJ George Klein’s Elvis Sirrius Radio Show in Memphis, a book signing at Booksellers at Laurelwood and head first into Elvis Week Insider’s Conference at Graceland, an all night candlelight vigil for the King’s 35 year anniversary of his death, followed the next night with a VIP reception and music concert with Lisa Marie! I’ve already found a never before seen photo of my Dad, Nick Adams (and author of The Rebel & The King) onstage with Elvis in Tupelo at his Homecoming Concert, Sept. 26, 1956, taking a picture of Elvis with a big box camera. Cool! (photo soon to come) People are coming out of the woodwork with photos and stories. It’s great. I want to thank all the people who are helping me along this path into Elvis Land. All I can say is Love Me Tender and Don’t Be Cruel. If you want to check out my itinerary it’s under NEWS on http://www.therebelandtheking.com Enjoy the ride!