The Tribune publishes an extensive weekly supplement about books called Printers Row which they offer online and in print. This weekend they've published a photo gallery & article called Inside the Writer's Studio, featuring local Chicago authors and the spaces where they actually write -- including Scott Turow, Audrey Niffenegger (among others), and Edward Kelsey Moore! Click here to see the entire photo gallery and to read the descriptions. Use the arrow> above the pictures to move to the next photo. If you'd like to skip ahead and only see Edward's workspace, click here! Don't wait too long to see this -- Printers Row is subscription-based -- the links above will take you directly to the photos but we don't know how far into the future they'll keep 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 -- (then look for the Printers Row box on the right side of their page).
Essence Magazine has an online counterpart at essence.com. Recently their books editor, Patrik Henry Bass, interviewed author Terry McMillan (Waiting to Exhale) in support of her forthcoming novel Who Asked You? which is being released in September. During the interview Terry McMillan mentioned a dozen or so "brilliant" authors she recommends to readers, including Edward Kelsey Moore! Read the interview at Essence here!
The cover story in the August edition of BookPage magazine: New Authors Soar - First Novels From Promising Debut Authors, includes The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat along with nine other noteworthy debuts. You can read the full article online or look for the print edition at a library or bookstore near you.
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