A few years back E.K.M. wrote a funny essay about a musical adventure that provided him with a phrase which he still uses, a decade later, when he finally gets past a bumpy stretch in his life. The Perfect Sentence to Describe a Feeling is a short essay commissioned by Minnesota Public Radio back in 2014, but you can read it now, for free (no strings attached), on MPR’s YourClassical.org site. There are other short essays by E.K.M. on the site if you search for them (everything there is free). To enjoy The Perfect Sentence to Describe a Feeling -- click here (A new page will open.) If you like it you can use the social media links at the bottom of the essay page to share it (you can also Highlight and Copy the URL below and Paste it into an email to send to your friends)!
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Edward Kelsey Moore will be at the Rondo Community Library on November 14th to read from his work and enjoy a conversation with the audience through an ongoing speakers program called Club Book. In addition to his two Supremes novels, E.K.M. is also known in the upper midwest through his essay writing for Minnesota Public Radio’s websites. The Rondo Library program is free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase and a book signing will follow the presentation. Doors open 45 minutes before the start. Click the button for more Event Info!
If you’d like to enjoy one of E.K.M.’s short essays — click here to read it, hosted on the YourClassical.org site (for free, no strings attached).
Bringing best-selling, award-winning authors to the people, the Metropolitan Library Service Agency’s "Club Book" program works with all eight library systems in the seven-county Minneapolis metro area, giving everyone a chance to stop by their local library for a free reading by a famous author. Club Book is funded with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and by The Friends of the Saint Paul Public Library.