Kalamu Ya Salaam’s Be About Beauty:

Is it still Lion in Winter if there are no signs of frost?   Kalamu Ya Salaam’s Be About Beauty arrived in our inboxes as we sent New Orleans Griot: The Tom Dent Reader to the printer. New Orleans Griot…

Why There Are Words: Inaugural New Orleans Reading

Octavia Books hosts the inaugural New Orleans reading of Why There Are Words at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 14, at their storefront (513 Octavia). Hear from wonderful local writers in one of New Orleans’s most beloved independent bookstores, Octavia Books. Books…

RM220’s Picks for the Best Panels and Other Events at the 2017 Tennessee Williams Festival (March 22 – 26)

One of the highlights of New Orleans literary calendar, the Tennessee Williams Festival (March 22 – 26) is celebrating its thirty-first year of festivities in 2017. Over its three decades, the festival has faithfully brought acclaimed poets, writers and playwrights from across…

Law & Desire reading with Kalamu ya Salaam, Marguerite Doyle-Johnston, and others

Michael Allen Zell with read from Law & Desire at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, October 7, at the Community Book Center (2523 Bayou Road). Zell will read from the second book in the Bobby Delery series from Lavender Ink. Living legend Kalamu ya Salaam…

We Breathe. They Shoot. at PORT on July 13

Poets, comedians, musicians, and artists of all types will perform for We Breathe. They Shoot. from 6 – 9 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13, at PORT (2120 Port Street). Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Entry will be on a sliding…

Its arrival was a bloody birth: Kalamu ya Salaam on the New New Orleans

This article refers to a speech given by Kalamu ya Salaam as a keynote address during the conference “After Katrina: Transnational Perspectives on the Futures of the Gulf South,” which took place at Tulane University on November 15, 2013.  Click…

A mind-boggling array of personalities and perspectives to debate the ‘teachable moment’ of Katrina in a regional and global context

Tulane University’s New Orleans Center for the Gulf South will bring together a motley crew of authors, artists, academics, activists, and others to hold forth on how the “lessons” of Katrina might be deployed to think about the future—not only…

Dillard University and the NOPL present the Tom Dent Festival

Dillard University’s English Department, in partnership with the New Orleans Public Library’s African American Resource Center, will present the 2012 Tom Dent Literary Festival on Thursday, Nov. 1, and Saturday, Nov. 3. The event will feature readings and discussions by…

Preview: The MelaNated Writers summer reading series

By Cate Czarnecki Like most things in New Orleans, the men and women of the MelaNated Writers collective aren’t simply just writers—among them you will find musicians, students, journalists, lawyers, professors, activists, and citizens who live and work in a…

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