Melissa Dickey and Andy Stallings at Maple Street Book Shop

Maple Street Book Shop hosts Melissa Dickey and Andy Stallings at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 14, at their uptown storefront (7529 Maple Street). Both authors will read from and sign copies of their books. Melissa Dickey is the author…

Poets, Poetry to SHINE at PXP

By Dan Rosenberg Poets, lovers, poetry lovers, poet lovers: Paul Killebrew and Robert Fernandez wax intelligent here on poetry, community, oily shininess, anthologies, and dangers not faced by America’s youth. They say kind things to each other, and throw down…

Andy Stallings Launches Second PXP Poetry Symposium at Tulane, Nov. 8-9

By Zach Savich Last fall, local poet and Tulane University instructor Andy Stallings launched the Poetry Exchange Project (PXP), an innovative program that connects Tulane students to readers and writers from across the country. This year’s PXP culminates with a…

A dizzying array of extraordinary events

By Nathan C. Martin A recurring theme among conversations I have with my friends is that New Orleans largely lacks—and this phrase has almost become a joke among certain folks I know—an “elevated level of discourse.” One friend went as…

The poem is my own experience: An interview with Andy Stallings

By Erik Vande Stouwe Andy Stallings is a poet of the New Poetry. He writes in and out of the vertiginous accumulation of the Modernist influence. Consistent across the work I have read is an aggressive interrogation of language. This…

Whirlwind of poetry events to hit New Orleans next week!

I did my taxes last night, and the nice VITA fellow who helped me let me know that I had mis-checked a box on the prep form I filled out—under the question, “Do you live in an area affected by…

Room 220 Presents: Live Poetry at the Antenna Gallery

Andy Young and Jessica Henricksen celebrate the release of new books along with poet and THERMOS co-editor Andy Stallings! 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 17, at the Antenna Gallery (3161 Burgundy St.) Andy Young, author of The People is Singular (Press…

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