With Mardi Gras in full parade today our thoughts turn to the delicious foods of New Orleans: jambalaya, gumbo, beignet doughnuts and King Cake! And then we have Valentines Day: chocolate, candy hearts and thoughts of love… To celebrate these occasions here’s a sweet essay by Edward Kelsey Moore from a few years ago entitled: Deceptions, Distortions, Desserts, that may be new to you. As a classical musician and a bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore is often asked which is his first love, music or writing? My favorite thing is, and has always been, food, he writes in this humorous piece.
You can read this essay (free!) at ClassicalMPR -- by clicking here. It is also available on the (hassle-free and cost-free) music streaming portal, YourClassical. And you can enjoy some other (free) essays by E.K.M. -- just click here. Let the celebrations begin!
A few years ago Edward Kelsey Moore wrote a short story called Kwanzaa-palooza which was published in the literary journal Indiana Review (Summer 2011, issue 33.1). Later he recorded this story as an audio file and now, to celebrate the holidays, Edward Kelsey Moore will read Kwanzaa-palooza to you! Click on the >arrow below to listen to the streaming audio file -- Free -- and no strings attached. Kwanzaa-palooza is the meaningful and hilarious tale of a woman who learns a little something about the Kwanzaa holiday and a whole lot about her own family! Pork products play an important role in the narrative. The story lasts about 25 minutes — though it might take longer if you are laughing real hard and have to go back!
Happy Holidays to you and yours from Edward Kelsey Moore.
(Attention parents -- there are a few cuss-words.)
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Read some short essays by Edward Kelsey Moore (for free!). Click here to find descriptions and links for a few of them (a new window will open).