As the award-winning author for her first novel, In Search of Sushi Tora, and on her lifestyle blog, Feeding the Famished, Emily Kemme writes about human nature, illuminating the everyday in a way that highlights its brilliance. Throughout her writing there is a skein of humor that leaves a lasting impression. She is a recipe creator but prefers not to be labeled a foodie. Look for a variety of recipes on her blog. Emily has completed her second novel, Drinking the Knock Water: A New Age Pilgrimage, and is working on its publication. She is the Food & Lifestyle Contributor for the Greeley Tribune’s Taste Dining and Drinks section of the website.
Emily’s first novel, In Search of Sushi Tora (2011 Arrowhead Publishing, LLC) was named a Finalist for First Novel in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. She has completed her second novel, Drinking the Knock Water: A New Age Pilgrimage, and is working on its publication. She is also a co-author of the 2011 Next Generation Indie Book Award Winner for Regional Non-Fiction, The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra: A Century of Musical Magic, 1911-2011, by Ron Edgerton, Emily Kemme, Norman Savig, Roger Sherman, Mike Ruckles, Howard Skinner, and Peggy Ford Waldo (2010 Paros Press, LLC).