E.K.M. by Chris Walker
The Chicago Tribune publishes an extensive weekly supplement about books and authors called Printers Row which they offer online and in print. They recently did a great interview with Edward Kelsey Moore, click here to enjoy it. Don't wait too long to read the interview -- Printers Row is subscription-based and we don't know when the free link will stop working.
Printers Row is a membership society for book lovers. The centerpiece is a weekly journal that includes author profiles, book reviews and fiction content. Click here for more Printers Row info -- look for the Printers Row box on the right side of the page.
The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat has been translated into German and published by L!mes Verlag. The German title is: Mrs Roosevelt und das Wunder von Earl's Diner. Here are the cities where Edward Kelsey Moore is presenting readings (with a translator): Berlin, Hanover, Bonn, Hamburg, Frankfurt, and Munich. It's great for E.K.M. to be visiting Germany (after many years away) and meeting the German fans of his book! To learn more about the German Tour click here!
Come for a lovely evening on Thursday, 11th April at 7.30pm, and listen to bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore read from his brilliant debut novel,
The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat, a BBC Radio2 Book Club choice,
at Fego Caffé in Gerrards Cross, to the west of London. The event will include wine and Fego's special hors d'oeuvres. Tickets are £10, and are available
from Gerrards Cross Bookshop on 01753 885 429. The bookshop is just
along the street from the Fego Caffé.
In March when The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat was chosen for
the BBC Radio2 Book Club, radio host Simon Mayo and his co-hosts on the Drivetime show interviewed E.K.M. That chat has been put into a best-of Simon Mayo podcast, which (for one more week) is still available for listening. The interview runs 15 minutes and Edward Kelsey Moore is first on the podcast. Click here for the interview at Tunein.com. No need to download,
it should begin playing automatically! Once you've heard a bit about the book, come by on Thursday and enjoy a lovely evening of reading and meeting at Fego Caffé.
Reserve your tickets now!