Gavin Edwards: the writer you want, the motivational speaker you need

Gavin Edwards is the New York Times-bestselling author of twelve books, including The Tao of Bill Murray and, most recently, Kindness and Wonder: Why Mister Rogers Matters Now More Than Ever. Gavin has flown with Taylor Swift on her private plane, taken a city bus to the Grammys, and participated in the world’s largest tomato fight.

Are you looking for a speaker to delight and inspire an audience? Gavin Edwards is your man. He has been a repeat guest on the Today show (NBC), All Things Considered (NPR), and Behind the Music (VH1)—and he’s entertained and motivated audiences all over North America. Gavin covers a variety of topics in his speeches and will work with you to find the best fit for your organization. Click here to inquire about his availability and his rates.

Gavin Edwards has written magazine cover stories on Jared Leto, Johnny Depp, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and co-written books with Travis Barker (Blink-182) and the original MTV VJs. He’s a veteran of publications such as Rolling Stone and The New York Times; if you are looking to tell your own story but aren’t sure how to do it, Gavin Edwards can help you: click here.

Some testimonials for Gavin Edwards and his work:

“Enormously compelling.” — LA Weekly

“Insightful.” — USA Today

“Dishy, hilarious, wild, and poignant.” – CBS News

“Gavin’s the best writer ever.” — Mark Hoppus

“He’s one of the nicest, gentlest, most generous souls on the planet. Everybody loves Mister Rogers, but Gavin is one of those rare individuals who actually embodies him.” —Salon

Want to know more about Gavin? You can buy one of his books at Amazon or at your local bookstore. You can follow him on Twitter as @mrgavinedwards. You can also check out his blog or archives of his magazine writing.

Some recent TV appearances by Gavin Edwards: he discussed the legacy of Mister Rogers on WJZY in Charlotte and on KTLA in Los Angeles. He also sat down in the studios of NPR station WFAE to talk about Tom Hanks for an hour. (Sorry, his 2000 Jeopardy! appearance isn’t online.)

Gavin Edwards is ready to inspire your audiences, to help you tell your story, and to solve your problems. Contact him now.