Suddenly Last Summer

The Garden District proves to be a predatory ecosystem when Violet Venable (Big Easy Theatre Award Winner Gwendolyne Foxworth), a formidable matriarch, sets out to exact revenge on Catharine Holly (Elizabeth McCoy). Truth, deceit, and horror intermingle in an overgrown…

Friday Nights at NOMA: Hidden Musicians of Venice

Friday Nights at NOMA presents “Hidden Musicians of Venice” on Friday, April 28, at 5 p.m. at the New Orleans Museum of Art (1 Collins Diboll Circle). The schedule for the evening is as follows: [5:00] – 8:00 p.m. Art…

Sigma Tau Delta’s Open Mic Poetry Night at Loyola

Sigma Tau Delta hosts an open mic poetry night at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, at Satchmo’s Lounge (Loyola University New Orleans). Come by and read your work or listen and support your peers. If you would like to…

Bringing poetry down from a pedestal: an interview with Mark Yakich

At one point in Mark Yakich’s Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide, this instruction: “Work on one poem at a sitting. You most likely are distracted all day by all kinds of information…” …is followed directly by: “Work on multiple poems at…

This is actually an inkling of a truly anti-anthropocentric thought: Five questions for Timothy Morton

By Nathan C. Martin and Christopher Schaberg Timothy Morton, an author and intellectual whose work largely examines ecology through the lens of posthuman philosophy, will give a talk at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4, in the Whitney Presentation Room…

Still Lost in the Cosmos: Loyola’s Walker Percy Center hosts its second bi-annual conference this weekend

The Walker Percy Center for Writing and Publishing at Loyola University New Orleans will host its second bi-annual Percy-themed conference this weekend: “Still Lost in the Cosmos: Walker Percy and the 21st Century.” The conference takes place Friday and  Saturday,…

Fall 2013 community writing courses at the Walker Percy Center

The Walker Percy Center has announced its community writing courses for Fall 2013, offering aspiring writers a great way to hone skills (at whatever level) and a reason to keep writing in their spare time. The classes cater to a …

Night of the Comet launch events Aug. 5 and 13

New Orleans novelist George Bishop, Jr. will celebrate the release of his most recent book, Night of the Comet, with two local upcoming events: at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, August 5, at the Garden District Book Shop, and at 6…

Confounding or Stimulating a Lot of Great Minds: John Glassie on Athanasius Kircher at Loyola April 22

By John Sebastian Athanasius Kircher, a seventeenth-century German Jesuit and self-styled “master of a hundred arts,” is credited with inventing the megaphone, a pre-cursor to the computer, and (perhaps) a cat piano. His intense curiosity about the world around him motivated…

The Shallows: Nicholas Carr at Loyola April 17

Loyola University New Orleans will host Nicholas Carr, author of The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17, in Roussel Hall (corner of St. Charles Ave. and Calhoun St.) on the…

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