Terrence Moore Interview and Book signing Tour Schedule

Monday, February 11: Los Angeles,  CA

The Last Bookstore

Friday, January 19 @ 7:00 pm

Tulsa Magic City Books

Thursday, January 18: Tulsa, OK

KTUL-TV Channel 8/“Good Day Tulsa” (ABC Affiliate)

Thursday, January 17: Tulsa, OK

Richard Fischer Show

Wednesday, January 16 @ 7:00 pm: Austin, TX

Book People

Tuesday, January 15 @ 6:00 pm: Albuquerque, NM

Bookworks

Saturday, January 5: Flagstaff, AZ

Brightside Books

Monday, December 17: Tucson, AZ

KGUN-TV/“The Morning Blend” (CW Affiliate)

Friday, December 14

Big Blend Radio

Tuesday, December 11: Phoenix, AZ

Changing Hands Downtown

December 8: Winslow

La Posada

Thursday, December 6

KJZZ Radio/“Here and Now” (Phoenix, AZ; NPR affiliate)

Tuesday, December 4: Santa Fe, NM

Monday, December 3

KTRC-AM’s “The Richard Eeds Show” (Santa Fe) 

Thursday, November 29

KSFR- FM/“Here & There” (Santa Fe)

December update

December has been an interesting month with with 3 book events/signings and 5 radio and TV interviews plus 3 print interviews and a number of fantastic reviews. i suspect there was a reason to wait 40 + years to publish the book I have always wanted to do. Book sales are doing well and January will definitely be another big month with events planned in Flagstaff, Allbuquerque, Austin and Tulsa along with various print and live TV and radio interviews.

Interview with Terrence Moore on Big Blend radio

Terrence Moore: 66 On 66

Route 66 is one of the most iconic routes in America, celebrated in story, song, films, folklore and personal recollections for years. Known as “The Mother Road,” it opened the West to millions of travelers, tourists, and fortune-seekers as early as 1926 and has since served as a vital and eclectic pathway for years. In the mid to late 1950s, travelers began to favor super highways with the introduction of the new Interstate system, abandoning the historic highway’s scenic mystique for faster, more efficient travel.

In its post-war heyday, Route 66 was home to roadside attractions, serving as  a passageway for those making the pilgrimage West. Gas stations, motels, and diners looked to attract tourists with unconventional, yet memorable features—a wigwam motel, an iceberg café, even a Reptile Ranch—to name a few. 


In 66 ON 66: A Photographer’s Journey (Schaffner Press), acclaimed photographer Terrence Moore, chronicles this historic highway with 66 of his finest 35 mm color film images, with Foreword by Michael Wallis, Pulitzer and National Book Award-nominated journalist and historian of the American West, and  Afterword by renowned photographer and historian Clark Worswick.

Moore first traveled Route 66 and other roads with his parents in the early 1950s. Though he has covered this subject for more than forty years as a professional photographer, his work has never been collected in book form—until now.

Moore’s stunning collection of these iconic images— taken over the course of 40-years, from Missouri to California, is a striking visual record of years gone by, and the sights and scenes we’ve left behind on one of America’s most celebrated and iconic travel destinations. More at www.TerrenceMoore.com.

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Photographer Captures Journey Along Legendary Route 66

The legendary Route 66 is full of short stories and tall tales, with songs written about the interstate that stretches from Chicago all the way to Los Angeles — with some Arizona stops in between. There are beautiful natural scenes, roadside motels and kitschy signs.

Many of those indelible images are in the new book "66 on 66: A Photographer’s Journey," featuring the photographs of Terrence Moore, who has been capturing the shots for nearly five decades. And he’ll be signing copies at Changing Hands Bookstore in Phoenix on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Moore joined The Show to talk about how his personal journey with Route 66 began.

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