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Arthur's screenplay Birthday Pie is a quarter finalist in the 2017 Inaugural ScreenCraft Screenwriters Residency Program in Jamaica.


Join him as he travels around the world discovering the best of the best in food, drink, travel, and entertainment. All are welcome but carry-on baggage only and don't forget your sense of humor!

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Arthur's Being Interviewed on Rated G Radio

Hey Kids - Listen in tomorrow - Monday 2/​29/​16 as I join Garrett Miller on his talk show Rated G Radio @​10 am PST ‪#‎novelist‬ ‪#‎playwright‬ ‪#‎screenwriter‬ ‪#‎travelblogger‬ Learn what a "black martini" is!

Arthur's screenplay Leftovers (based upon his novel) was a quarter finalist in the 2015 Bluecat Screen Writing Competition.

Congrats to all involved! Dear Henry's run at the Duplex Cabaret in NYC was a huge success!

And now, Dear Henry is available for productions: One Man, One Set, One hysterical gay relationship with an abundance of heart. Contact​ for licensing info.

While reexamining his colorful yet complicated relationship with his on again/​off again lover Henry, Clark Compton Lowell III makes the best discovery anyone can make. He finds . . . himself.

Arthur's screenplay Closure was a quarter finalist in the 2010 Bluecat Screenplay Competition.

SEPTEMBER 29th @​ 7:30pm.

"Join us for this new Monday night Reading Series (a night notoriously dark on Broadway) where productions heading to NYC will stop by Irvington as actors present these pieces as a reading complete with a talk-back session with the creative team. Be a part of the process where you can question writers and be heard – before they are in production and at the mercy of critics. The first in our series is the play “Birthday Pie” by Arthur Wooten." – Irvington Town Hall Theatre, Gregory G. Allen


is a multimedia company that publishes Arthur Wooten's books and creates and produces his works for theatre, film and television.

Always incorporating heart, humor and humanity into his writing, Arthur Wooten is the author of the critically acclaimed novels LEFTOVERS, BIRTHDAY PIE, DIZZY, ON PICKING FRUIT and FRUIT COCKTAIL. He’s also penned the children’s picture book WISE BEAR WILLIAM: A NEW BEGINNING, illustrated by Bud Santora and the collection of short stories, ARTHUR WOOTEN'S SHORTS.

All of his books have been adapted to film, television and/or stage.

As a playwright his works include BIRTHDAY PIE, which was the winner of the Key West Theatre Festival and had its world premiere at the Waterfront Playhouse, Key West, FL. His one act plays, LILY and THE LUNCH, have been produced in New York City and most recently in Te Anau, New Zealand.

For two years he was the humorist for the London based magazine, reFRESH.

A passionate advocate for vestibular diseases, Arthur grew up in Andover, MA and now resides in New York City.

"If Armistead Maupin and David Sedaris had a love child it would be Arthur Wooten." – Greg Archer, The Huffington Post

"Birthday Pie is one of the most original, relevant and touching stories I have ever read. The language of Arthur Wooten puts you in the room with these incredible characters that make you laugh out loud and make you cry. The story is so compelling you will find it a quick read because you won't want to put it down until you get to the end." – Debbie Allen

"Wise Bear William is one of the most delightful books for young readers ever! Adults will enjoy it as well." – Phylicia Rashad

"If gallantry in our day is defined as facing adversity with screams of laughter, then this [On Picking Fruit] is the most gallant book I know of." – Edmund White


In Wise Bear William: A New Beginning, toys long forgotten in an attic discover that children are coming up to rescue them.
On Picking Fruit is a delicious tale about a gay man whose search for love runs up against bad luck, bad boys and bad advice from his irreverent mother, incorrigible best friend and unorthodox shrink.
In this freshly squeezed sequel to the critically acclaimed On Picking Fruit, Curtis Jenkins ironically pens the bestselling self-help book, 101 Ways to Collide into Your Gay Soul Mate, while still finding himself single and in the deep end of the dating pool.
A Stroke Of Luck: a short story and The "Dear Henry" Letters
In 1954 a divorced and destitute suburban housewife finds self-esteem, financial security and true love selling Tupperware.
When Lex Martindale, a New York City writer, goes home to celebrate his birthday and say good-bye to his dying father, he struggles with whether or not to share with his eccentric Southern family news of his own life-threatening situation.
Angie Styles, a beloved Broadway star, is struck down at the height of her career by a mysterious disease and is forced to reexamine her life and the people in it as she fights to survive.