Join us as M. Earl Smith Presents, Stars Over Latin America, a children’s book based on the nonfictional account of Ernesto "Che" Guevara and Alberto Granado and their 1952 motorcycle trip through several Latin American countries. Stars Over Latin America explores this revolutionary history, presenting it in a relatable format making this timeless tale easily accessible for future generations.
M. Earl Smith is a writer that seeks to stretch the boundaries of genre and style. A native of Southeast Tennessee, M. Earl moved to Ohio at nineteen and, with success, reinvented himself as a writer after parting ways with his wife of eleven years. After graduating from Chatfield College (with highest honors) in 2015, M. Earl became the first student from Chatfield to matriculate at an Ivy League institution when he enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia. He completed a Masters of Arts in English in 2017. The proud father of two wonderful children (Nicholas and Leah), M. Earl currently is pursuing his Master of Fine Arts in creative writing at Pine Manor College in Boston. When he’s not studying, M. Earl splits time between Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Boston, and Chattanooga.