Essays Featured on RM220

The Installation of Tragedy and The Ideology of Open Space

Interviewer : Why don’t you draw people in your drawings? Khalid Abdel Rahman:  I feel…

Truth: Red, White, and Black is a Landmark for Black Marvel Fan

I first began reading comics at the age of 4. My sister had just taught…

His Name, But Our Power: Cierra Chenier reflects on the impact of Tremé on New Orleans culture

N. Rampart, Claiborne, Orleans, N. Broad, Esplanade. 6th Ward. New Orleans would not be New…

History & Geography: Field Marshall Dedan Kimathi Covers “The Source”

This past August, in a bit of a writing funk, I came across Lawrence Ware’s,…

Kalamu Ya Salaam’s Be About Beauty:

Is it still Lion in Winter if there are no signs of frost?   Kalamu…

Bloodline: The Power of Music and Memory

When we think of Louisiana music, often genres such as Zydeco, Jazz, and now Bounce…

Beyond The Magic Negro

Castle Rock’s Henry Deaver represents a major change I began reading Stephen King, at the…

As Hard-Edged and Challenging as a Bone: Ken Foster on Eileen Myles’ AFTERGLOW (A DOG MEMOIR)

**Editor’s note: RM220 presents Eileen Myles at 8 p.m. on Thursday, November 16, at Saturn…

The Metaphysical Hangover, or an Antidote: Looking back at the launch of Anne Gisleson’s THE FUTILITARIANS

As soon as I left the New Orleans launch party for Anne Gisleson’s The Futilitarians,…

Featured Essay: Heavy Metal in the Age of Trump

Standing in a metal bar just three days after Trump’s election, the American flag should’ve…

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