RM220

“Now that the Times-Picayune and the weekly newspapers have cut all but the most perfunctory book coverage, Room 220 is the only place to find serious (and also irreverent) discussion of literature in New Orleans.” — New York Review of Books

Beyond The Magic Negro

Castle Rock’s Henry Deaver represents a major change I began reading Stephen King, at the age of 10. On a whim, I picked up his novel, IT during a library trip—that was how I got my hands on most of t…

SIGHT: Ayiti Chérie

Kouzen Azakamede, also known as Azaka, Zaka Mede, Zake, is the Haitian Vodoun loa/lwa of agriculture, farming, crops, harvest, healing, seeding, growing, and thoughtful cultivating of land. He is peti…

SOUND

If you are not a myth whose reality are you? If you are not reality whose myth are you? Sun Ra, Prophetika : Book One SOUND—It has been the principle creative organizing tool of the Black community in…

RM220 Presents: A Scribe Called Quess?

Antenna Gallery and RM220 are proud to present A Scribe Called Quess? reading from his book of poetry, Sleeper Cell, on Thursday, August 30th 7-9pm at Antenna, 3718 St. Claude Ave. This will also mark…

RM220 presents Bradley Bazzle and Adrian Van Young

RM220 will host Bradley Bazzle and Adrian Van Young at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 26, 2018, at Antenna, 3718 St. Claude Ave. Bazzle will read from his first novel, Trash Mountain, which won the Red Hen P…

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ADDRESS & HOURS
Antenna
3718 St Claude Ave
New Orleans, LA 70117

12-5pm Tuesday-Sunday
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 504.298.3161

Email For General Inquiries: info@antenna.works
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