Award winning, bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore will be visiting the Thomas Library Branch of the Westchester Public Library System on Sunday, December 4th, 2016 from 1:30 to 3:30pm. E.K.M. will discuss his novel, The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat as well as read from his work. There will also be a Q & A session with the audience. Copies of the novel will be available for sale and the author will also sign books. Admission is FREE!
Chesterton, Indiana is in the same time zone (Central) as Chicago.
Sunday, December 4th 1:30 to 3:30pm
Thomas Library Branch
200 W. Indiana Ave., Chesterton, Indiana
Westchester Public Library website: wpl.lib.in.us/
This reading and discussion event is made possible in part by Indiana Humanities and the Indiana Authors Award.
The final entry in this year’s collection of Minnesota Public Radio essays, written for their ClassicalMPR and YourClassical websites, is called The Magic of Failure. Here’s how M.P.R. describes the piece: Professional cellist and best-selling author Edward Kelsey Moore shares a lesson he's learned from a career in the arts that has included work on some failed productions. 'Being a little, or a lot, delusional isn't the sad result of a long career in the arts,' he writes. 'It's one of the prerequisites.' Read and listen to the complete story, which includes Ginger Rogers and legendary director Joshua Logan.
To discover The Magic of Failure visit the ClassicalMPR site -- read or listen to it, for free, by clicking here! (A new page will open.) Or you can find the essay at the free YourClassical streaming audio site, if you click here! (A new page will open.)
To hear the audio of Edward Kelsey Moore reading this essay, follow either link above and then click on the box beneath his photo. The box shows the recording length, which is 7min 38sec.
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If you enjoy the essay and want to share it you’ll find social media links on both sites.
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The Magic of Failure is one of a series of 10 short essays that Minnesota Public Radio commissioned E.K.M. to write during 2015 & 2016. For descriptions and links to the other essays in the series -- click here!
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