“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

Shrine and Sound: Yeelen Film Screening

Shrine and Sound is a series of interactive artist talks and events exploring the depictions of the sacred in popular culture. The second installment will feature the a seminal classic in African cine…

We Cast A Shadow: Book Launch At Ace Hotel

A couple Tennessee Williams Literary Festivals ago, I sat in the audience of a panel made up of notable UNO Creative Writing Workshop graduates. Talk quickly turned to the fact that panelist, Maurice …

BOW’T – NEW ORLEANS by Rhodnie Désir & Spirit McIntyre

Tonight, 8PM, Cafe Istanbul, $15 2732 St. Claude Ave The international project BOW’T TRAIL (UNESCO Slave Route Label) is an innovative choreographic, documentary and interactive experience that …


“I think everyone is living their own Myth and must become the Hero, the Archetype, the Prodigal Son. I think we also Co-Write this Myth we live and we can allow it to be a Tragedy or a Triumph.…

New Orleans’s own Jon Padgett is an apostle of Dark Fiction.

My first exposure to Jon Padgett’s work was through the horror fiction podcast, Pseudopod. Padgett narrated his own short story, “20 Simple Steps to Ventriloquism.” The sound design, as well as Jon’s …

Business Bootcamp for Writers

Antenna and the New Orleans Writers Workshop are excited to host the Business Bootcamp for Writers! Join the Authors Guild Foundation and publishing professionals from Penguin Random House and local p…

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