Back in the spring, E.K.M. was interviewed by host T. Hetzel for the Living Writers Show, on radio station WCBN in Ann Arbor, MI. This is a long, cheerful interview and includes discussion of libraries, inspirations for writing, and a short reading by Edward from The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat. Here is the webpage where you can find the interview. There is no description -- you want the episode labeled 2013-04-24. It is set up to work best with the iTunes player, but you can listen to the interview directly from the page: scroll your cursor down the list of episodes and hover over Living Writers 2013-04-24, a small, blue "play" arrow should appear on the left. Be aware -- the interview lasts for an hour and if you use the preview player (rather than listening via iTunes) you can't stop/pause or you'll have to start all over again from the beginning. The show includes a minute or two of promos for the radio station before the interview begins. WCBN is the University of Michigan student-run, community, freeform radio station in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Recently E.K.M. was interviewed about his debut novel, The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat, on the Cover to Cover show by radio host Mark Dewitt. Based in Cincinnatti, Cover to Cover features interviews with local and national authors. The program is available as a downloadable podcast, or you can listen online. Click here to reach the Cover to Cover page. The interview lasts about 25 minutes.
Edward Kelsey Moore, who wrote THE SUPREMES AT EARL'S ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT, talks about music, writing and a story shaped by sonata in this author profile. "I was very conscious of trying to use musical forms to give [the novel] some structure." Click here to read Moore!
The author of Mrs Roosevelt und das Wunder von Earl's Diner (The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat) has been interviewed by NDR, North German Broadcasting, in anticipation of his appearance on Thursday evening at the Vattenfall Lesetage (Reading Days) Festival in Hamburg. The interview/article gives more details on the author's inspiration for the novel's main character, Odette. Here is a link to the article in German, and (roughly) translated into English. Below is more information on the festival.
Vattenfall Lesetage (Reading Days Festival) 18 to 25 April, 2013 -- Literature flowers in spring!
Every April, Hamburg becomes a great literary stage -- at the Vattenfall Reading Days bestselling authors and promising newcomers present their works - across the city, often in unusual places.
A thriller in the Institute of Legal Medicine, eastern stories in the Afghan Museum, pirate adventures on the Cap San Diego... This year over 100 events in traditional as well as unusual locations throughout Hamburg are planned. Throughout the eight-day festival more than half of the programming is aimed at children and teenagers, offering exciting lectures and interesting workshops. The festival attracts more than 10,000 visitors annually.
Click here to see E.K.M.s info & ticket page at the event (in German).