Award-winning, bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore will speak at the Bremen Public Library in Bremen, Indiana (located south of South Bend) on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017 at 2pm. Mr. Moore will read from his work and discuss his debut novel, The Supremes At Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat, and its sequel, which will be published this June -- The Supremes Sing the Happy Heartache Blues.
The Bremen Library has three book discussion groups which each meet once a month -- to share and enjoy other readers' opinions and ideas about books. In the past few weeks all three of Bremen Library’s book groups have been reading The Supremes at Earl’s in anticipation of the author’s visit to the library.
Indiana Humanities Novel Conversations Speakers Program:
A Conversation with Edward Kelsey Moore
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 at 2pm
This event is FREE and open to the public.
Bremen Public Library ~ Meeting Room
304 N Jackson St ~ Bremen, Indiana
This event is made possible in part by Indiana Humanities and the Indiana Authors Award.
About the Novel Conversations program...
Indiana Humanities annually awards funds to local nonprofit organizations to bring an award-winning Indiana author to their community to speak to a public audience as part of the Novel Conversations Speakers Program. This year seven Indiana authors will speak in more than 20 Indiana cities and towns.
The program is funded by a grant from The Glick Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation. The visiting authors are current and past finalists and recipients of the Eugene & Marilyn Glick Indiana Authors Award.
The Novel Conversations Speakers Program takes its name from Indiana Humanities’ Novel Conversations Program, a free statewide lending library offering sets of books, primarily fiction and biographies, to reading and discussion groups at libraries, community centers, schools and other locations throughout the state. The Novel Conversations library includes 600 titles by more than 500 authors. All of the Indiana authors taking part in this year’s speakers program are represented in the Novel Conversations library.
Any Indiana resident with a book club can participate in Novel Conversations for free. Books are shipped via the Indiana State Library’s INfo Express service to libraries around the state, or picked up and returned at Indiana Humanities’ headquarters in Indianapolis. Residents of areas outside library districts may be eligible for free direct shipping. All books must be reserved in advance online by visiting www.indianahumanities.org/novelconversations.
If you live outside Indiana and are interested in a book club lending program in your area, search online at your state’s humanities website. Or search at the public library foundation in your state, or visit the largest public library in your library district and ask about a similar book club borrowing program.
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