When New Orleans Dreams About Itself: An Interview with Brian Boyles

As Vice President of Content at the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, publisher of Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine, and author of 2015’s One Book One New Orleans selection New Orleans Boom & Black Out: 100 Days in America’s Coolest Hotspot,…

New Orleans celebrates Joyce’s Ulysses with Bloomsday June 16 at the Irish House

New Orleans will celebrate James Joyce’s Ulysses with a Bloomsday get-together featuring some of the city’s most exciting writers. Yuri Herrera, Mwende “FreeQuency” Katwiwa, Benjamin Morris, Brian Boyles, Maurice Carlos Ruffin, and Katy Simpson Smith will be among those who…

Most of the New Orleanians I met were working: An interview with Brian Boyles

I’ve worked with Brian Boyles since we met at Handsome Willy’s in 2008. We’ve worked City Council DJ Happy Hours, cross-generational panel discussions, yard parties, music festivals, and many, many Saints games. His new book, New Orleans Boom and Blackout:…

ROOM 220 Presents: A Happy Hour Salon with Brian Boyles and Jami Attenberg

Room 220 is pleased to host a Happy Hour Salon to celebrate the launch of New Orleans Boom and Blackout: One Hundred Days in America’s Coolest Hotspot by Brian Boyles from 6 – 9 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 26, at the Press Street HQ…

ROOM 220 officially endorses NEW ORLEANS BOOM AND BLACKOUT for next year’s One Book One New Orleans

After being hounded for weeks by lobbyists from all sides vying for our literary-political clout in the race to determine which book will be selected as the coveted “One Book” of the 2015 One Book One New Orleans campaign, Room 220 has made…

Bloomsday 2014: New Orleans does Dublin via Joyce – Again!

A map of Dublin, drawn by Vladimir Nabokov, based on Ulysses. New Orleanians will celebrate the (fictional) life and times of James Joyce’s protagonist Leopold Bloom with a communal marathon reading of the famous novel that features Bloom’s antics, Ulysses, at this…

Event Recap: Happy Hour Salon with the Oxford American

Two monoliths of contemporary Southern literature collided last week to tremendous effect as Room 220 hosted the Oxford American for a Happy Hour Salon on Oct. 22. Okay, neither entity is a monolith, but a number of people’s heads felt…

ROOM 220 PRESENTS: A Happy Hour Salon with the OXFORD AMERICAN

Join Room 220 as we host the venerable Oxford American for a Happy Hour Salon featuring local contributors to the current issue. The salon will take place from 7 – 10 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 22, at the Saturn Bar…

Michael Patrick Welch visits Gypsy Lou Webb for VICE

Local author Michael Patrick Welch, who writes a regular column for the VICE magazine website about New Orleans, made a “pilgrimage” to see famed New Orleans publisher “Gypsy” Lou Webb for his most recent installment. Webb was one half—with her…

NOLAFugees Press|Productions makes a literary conference look entertaining

It’s no small feat to make a video based on a literary conference, where much of the action takes place verbally and cerebrally–and, of course, alcoholically. But the folks over at NOLAFugees have taken a shot at the task and…

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