Wallace Bullock reads from his original works.

For Black History month of 2020 Wallace will perform a one man dramatic presentation on African-American poets. This performance will be a homage to our black poets. He will perform pieces from black spirituals, gospels, and the blues. These folk traditions are the origin of African-American poetry. Covering poets such as Phyllis Wheatley, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Langston Hughes, Sterling A. Brown, Margret Walker and Amiri Baraka, he will also include two poets who are not well known; Uriel H. Wallace and Louis Reyes Rivera. He will also perform pre-rap pieces from The Last Poets and Gil Scott-Heron.

Wally Bullock writes fiction with psychological motifs. His work also deals with the nuances of racism as it relates to the black upper middle class and the broader society. He is currently working a novel about a young African- American man in search of identity .
At Pathways Gathering Space, Tuesday’s regular Writing & Poetry Event was dedicated to the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King JR.
Wallace Bullock read from his works,
John Hough Jr.’s writing groups read at Pathways Gathering Space this evening. Showcasing work from novels in progress, the writers, who meet weekly, have all persevered through rigorous editing and group criticism.

In Honor of Black History Month 2016
Wallace Bullock read excerpts from his one man play:
A Taste of JFK, Malcolm X & Adam Clayton Powell: Remembering the 60s

A one man show on the interaction and interplay between 60’s icons JFK, Malcolm X,
and Adam Clayton Powell III.
See videos below from this night and other nights he has read.

Wallace Bullock is a writer, teacher, actor, and historical dramatist, presently he has a one man show entitled “A Taste of JFK, Malcolm X, and Adam Clayton Powell III.”  Wallace has performed the show in many theaters across the United States and Europe, first at the African Americans in Europe Conference in Paris, France in 1992.
Wallace has also performed in New York City off Broadway productions and Vineyard Playhouse summer productions of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “A Twelfth Night”, and “As You Like It” during the 1980’s.

Wallace is a retired high school English teacher, where he taught AP English and directed school productions such as “Guys and Dolls”, “Gypsy”, “Annie”, “Pajama Game”, “Romeo and Juliet” and “Harvey”. He holds a BA in psychology, from Widener University and an MA in English Literature from Brooklyn College of CUNY.

On 1.22.16 for Arts & Scripts,below, Wallace read from his short story “Apple Pie”

Click on the Dots to jump from presentation to presentation.
Wallace reads starting on the second dot,

The video below was also shown 2.23.16 as part of the same night that Wallace read.