Edward Kelsey Moore

Edward Kelsey Moore

Indiana, The United States

Edward Kelsey Moore is a professional cellist and author from Chicago. During his high school years, and onward into college, Edward Kelsey Moore experimented with writing short stories. As he finished his education he set writing aside and focused on building a career in music. Many years later, as a member of a string quartet, Edward was hired to perform at a reception for the winners of a local writing contest. As he played background music Edward considered: "I could have sent in a story..." It was an inspiring event and within a few weeks Edward Kelsey Moore began writing again. His short fiction has been published in many literary magazines including: Indiana Review, African American Review, and Inkwell. His short story Grandma and th ...more

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Picture There is a new essay by bestselling author Edward Kelsey Moore that's available now from Minnesota Public Radio and for the first time you can read it -- or listen to it! Here is the description from M.P.R. --
The fourth Sunday in July is Parents' Day in the United States. Professional cellist and best-selling author Edward Kelsey Moore shares a reflection on his father's unflappable demeanor.

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“Something Mama liked to say: “I love Jesus, but some of his representatives sure make my ass tired.”
Edward Kelsey Moore, The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat

“I was free to appreciate the quiet and the way the yellowish-gray light of the rising sun entered the room, turning everything from black and white to color. The journey from Kansas to Oz right in my own kitchen.”
Edward Kelsey Moore, The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat

“I called up to Mama, "Is this a miracle?" She raised and lowered her shoulders. Her voice drifted down, "Maybe. Or maybe this is just what's supposed to be.”
Edward Kelsey Moore, The Supremes at Earl's All-You-Can-Eat



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