Unfathomable City: A New Orleans Atlas

July 17, 2019 6–7:30 p.m. 520 Royal Street Susan Larson hosts a monthly conversation with authors, artists, and audience members, in conjunction with Art of the City: Postmodern to Post-Katrina, presented by The Helis Foundation. This month’s event will feature Rebecca Snedeker’s Unfathomable City:…

Art of the City Book Club—We Cast a Shadow

May 15, 2019 [6:00]PM 520 Royal Street Susan Larson hosts a monthly conversation with authors, artists, and audience members, in conjunction with Art of the City: Postmodern to Post-Katrina, presented by The Helis Foundation. This month’s book club will feature…

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…

Local writers celebrate Joyce’s Ulysses with Bloomsday on 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. Jasmine Araujo, George Bishop, Chris Champagne, Addie Citchens, Susan Larson, Louis Maistros, and Chris Waddington will be among those who conduct a marathon reading of…

Kent Wascom presents SECESSIA on July 7 at Octavia Books

Local novelist Kent Wascom will present and sign his new book, SECESSIA, at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, July 7, at Octavia Books (513 Octavia St.). A portion of the proceeds from sales of the book will benefit Room 220. SECESSIA is a work of historical fiction driven…

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…

Turning the reader on to our city anew: An interview with Susan Larson

By Derick Dupre Susan Larson has established herself as the most visible individual guide to literary New Orleans. A new edition of her compendium, The Booklover’s Guide to New Orleans, has just been released, offering updates to its takes on…

Thick giblet soup, nutty gizzards, a stuffed roast heart: New Orleans celebrates Bloomsday this Sunday with a marathon reading of Ulysses

Join a bevy of local writers and James Joyce enthusiasts as New Orleans celebrates Bloomsday with a marathon reading of Ulysses beginning at 2 p.m. this Sunday, June 16, at the Irish House (1432 St. Charles Ave.). The event will…

The Gambit’s “Book Issue” is a Joke

By Nathan C. Martin It’s hard to tell at first which is more depressing—the Gambit’s current “Book Issue” in and of itself, which consists of one profile, two reviews, and a bunch of listings, or what its (very) meager effort…

On the absent Pulitzer: An interview with Susan Larson

By Cate Czarnecki Citing a failure to achieve consensus, the Pulitzer Prize committee declined to award a prize in the category of fiction this year for the first time since 1977. This decision has generated a lively debate within the…

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