James B. Borders IV releases Marking Time, Making Place: An Essential Chronology of Blacks in New Orleans Since 1718

James B. Borders IV recently released a chronological history disclosing the pivotal African-American names, events and locations in Marking Time, Making Place: An Essential Chronology of Blacks in New Orleans Since 1718 (Beckham, 2015). “New Orleans is one of the most Africanized…

STRAY LEAVES: A Tomb for Marcus Christian

Room 220 is pleased to present the first installment of “Stray Leaves,” a monthly(ish) series of articles written by Michael Allen Zell that illuminate oddities and rarities from New Orleans’ literary history.  “Stray Leaves,” in Zell’s words, is “a lifting up…

Build your cities on the slopes of Vesuvius: An interview with Lawrence Powell

By Ari Braverman In New Orleans, light and warmth mean flowers bloom in the Garden District all year long, but summer heat makes garbage fester until the smell pervades the city. It was in this atmosphere that I spoke with…

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