Welcome… Click Where You Would Like to Go


How Will We Live Tomorrow?

A staged reading of my play, How Will We Live Tomorrow? took place at the Boston Playwrights’ Theatre on Thursday May 3.

View the three minute trailer here.

Contact Paul E Fallon to discuss readings workshops, or productions with your school or theater group.

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How Will We Live Tomorrow? is now available as an ebook  and full color coffee table book on Amazon.com.


The hardcover edition is a print-on-demand book. Click through Amazon’s ‘out-of-print’ messages and place an order – that triggers printing! Orders can take 4 to 6 weeks. Tomorrow is worth the wait!



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9 Responses to Welcome… Click Where You Would Like to Go

  1. yogibattle says:

    Congratulations! Nice website.


  2. Lisa Hoffmaster Hess says:

    Great website, Paul E.- clean, no frills, easy to navigate around!


  3. Bill and Nancy says:

    Paul: you designed an addition for our house in Newton almost 20 years ago. We just heard your touching interview on BUR this afternoon and found your blog and website as a result. You are clearly doing fantastically well on all fronts. Congratulations
    All our best


    • paulefallon says:

      Bill and Nancy – Nice to hear from you. I have been most fortunate to have engaging work and turn my adventure into a book. I am so glad that enjoyed the interview. I hope that you are both doing well.


  4. Paul Flack says:

    I just finished reading “Architecture by Moonlight”. It was a wonderful read about construction and architecture under much different conditions than I experience here in the U.S.

    A mutual friend, Nigel Gallaher, suggested the book to me when we were talking about a series of books that I hope to publish. The books will be geared for our eight year olds but could also help people of all ages understand basic principles of structural engineering and architecture. I started writing the series of books for one purpose, but after the Nepal disaster, I realized that some disasters don’t necessarily need to become disasters and I changed my focus.

    Please respond to my e-mail and I can share more and see if you might somehow fit in with my series of books.

    Paul Flack


  5. Paul
    I was immensely moved by your book which I just finished. So compelling, beautifully written. I’m also an architect (long lapsed in traditional practice) and author, now full-time professor and environmental consultant. I’m heading to Haiti mid-January. I’ve been fascinated for years at a distance with this country, (long story). A young Haitian entrepreneur and Colin Powell School graduate here at CCNY and I will be presenting our ideas for an eco-industrial park in a small rural coastal village, Anse-Rouge, a rather ambitious project she and I are proposing in response to a call from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry.

    I would love to correspond at some point if you are willing.
    Hillary Brown
    (my book: “Next Generation Infrastructure,” Island Press 2014.)


  6. Ron Wassmer Jr says:

    Morning Paul,
    You came and spoke at University of Hartford back in 2015, I was intrigued and moved by your work in Haiti and have found myself in an somewhat similar situation. I would like to get in contact with you about this, and am currently located in Cambridge Ma.
    If you could send me an email that would be greatly appreciated.


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