The Italian translation of Edward Kelsey Moore's The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat, Domenica con le Supremes (Sunday with the Supremes), has been published by Mondadori / Omnibus for the Italian-speaking (and reading) world. It is available both in hardcover and eBook. Isn't it romantic (and exciting) to think that readers throughout Italy -- on the island of Sicily, in Naples, Rome, Florence, Milan, Venice and everywhere in between -- are feasting their eyes on the adventures of our own, Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean! Click on the image to enlarge the cover.
This coming Saturday, Edward Kelsey Moore will be one of nine authors at an extraodinary event at McLean & Eakin Booksellers in beautiful Petoskey, Michigan. At the Celebration of Authors, each of the nine authors will speak for 5-10 minutes, with a booksigning to follow!
Melanie Benjamin, Alice I Have Been, The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom Thumb, and The Aviator’s Wife
Jamie Ford, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, and Songs of Willow Frost (just released)
Peter Geye, Safe From the Sea, and The Lighthouse Road
Susan Gregg Gilmore, Looking for Salvation at the Dairy Queen, and The Funeral Dress (just released)
Peter Heller, The Dog Stars
Jill McCorkle, author of nine books including Going Away Shoes, Carolina Moon, and Life After Life
Edward Kelsey Moore, The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat
Bill Roorbach, author of eight books including Temple Stream, Writing Life Stories, and Life Among Giants
Mary Doria Russell, author of five novels including The Sparrow, Children of God, and Doc
This event is free and open to the public -- space is limited, please call to reserve a seat.
A Celebration of Authors
Saturday, September 28th, 2013, 6pm -- 9pm
McLean & Eakin Booksellers 307 E. Lake St., Petoskey, Michigan
Telephone: 1-800-968-1910 or 1-231-347-1180
The Celebration of Authors event is part of a literary retreat called Booktopia 2013. Each year Booktopia creates a trio of separate weekend retreats for listeners of the Books on the Nightstand podcast in three
different U.S. locations -- past attendees rave about these exciting literary adventures!
The full Booktopia weekend is SOLD OUT, but if you're in the Petoskey area you CAN attend the Celebration
of Authors, the event is free, and open to the public -- call to reserve a seat.
Back in March BOTNS reviewed The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat. Click here to go to the podcast page. The audio review of The Supremes begins about 26 minutes into the podcast.
The Polish translation of Edward Kelsey Moore's The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat: Trio z Plainview (Trio From Plainview), has been published by Prószyński Media. Click here to visit the publisher's site (in Polish). Click the image to see it larger.
Below are a couple of reviews from the Polish press:
Trio of Plainview is a warm tale of friendship so durable that even sickness, betrayal, and a poltergeist Eleanor Roosevelt are not able to destroy the ties between Odette, Barbara Jean, and Clarice. Touching, witty and honest, the author not only understands women, but most of all loves them immensely.
-- Ilona Rechnio "Harper's Bazaar, Polska"
By the end I could not believe that this wonderful book about women's friendship was written by a guy. If, indeed, the name Moore is not hiding a woman, then I've come to the conclusion that men really know about us. For example, that we like to be moved, but that we like even more to laugh... Above all at ourselves.
-- Marta Mizuro, "The Mirror"
Six months have passed since THE SUPREMES AT EARL’S ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT was released and I’ve never had so much fun in my life. I had a little dream for this book and what has happened since March has blown that little dream out of the water. A year ago, I never would have imagined that THE SUPREMES would have brought me new friends in Germany (Hello to my traveling companions, Regula, Regina, Berit!) or put me in front of enthusiastic readers in England. (Thank you, Francesca.)
The past several months have reminded me again and again that booksellers are the coolest people on the face of the planet. Before meeting so many dedicated booksellers, I thought that my fellow musicians were the only people who were willing to work so hard for so little remuneration, just because they loved their work.
And the best thing of all about the past six months has been meeting and hearing from the readers who embraced my book and turned it into a New York Times bestseller. When I say “thank you” at readings, I mean it. I appreciate every single reader. And I want to say a special thank you to the people who have written the kind and touching emails to me. I wasn’t anticipating many letters or emails, and I’ve now received thousands. I think I’ve written back to everyone by now to express my gratitude, but I want to say again how honored I feel to have received each email and note.
I know I’ll get to say hello in person to more of you over the coming year. Thanks again for treating me and THE SUPREMES to a magical six months.
The biggest classical music event of the Ravinia Festival's 109th summer season will be the Midwest premiere of John Adams' Passion-cum-oratorio, which depicts Christ's crucifixion and resurrection as seen through the eyes of Mary Magdalene, using the words of contemporary women writers. Edward Kelsey Moore will be among his colleagues in the Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra, who will be performing along with the conductor (Grant Gershon), the chorus (Los Angeles Master Chorale), and actual soloists (including sopranos Kelly O'Connor and Tamara Mumford) for whom this piece was composed. The Gospel According to the Other Mary -- by John Adams. Saturday, September 07, 2013, 7:30 PM (Gates open at 5pm.) Reserved Pavilion or Open Lawn seating. Ravinia Festival, Highland Park, IL
Tickets: 847-266-5100, or Ravinia.org
The Supremes at Earl's:
Four love stories
Edward Kelsey Moore's
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