NATIVE. HOMELAND. EXILE. Five New Orleans Women of Color Writers Capture The Coming Of Age In America’s New South. “A thousand camera flashes light the way as Black Indians dance even to the grave.” – J. Hilt “Sometimes the only way to rid yourself of an abomination is to bury it.” – A. Citchens “Teeming … New Orleans Loving Festival – NATIVE. HOMELAND. EXILE.
Room 220 is pleased to host a group of writers brought to New Orleans by PANK Magazine at 7 p.m., on Friday, Nov. 18, at the Antenna Gallery. PANK is an literary undertaking that includes periodicals both print and online, as well as a chapbook imprint. Its editors occasionally muster PANK‘s national network of writers … Live Prose and Poetry: PANK Magazine Invades New Orleans