Mary Ann Caws at Crescent City Books

Crescent City Books hosts Mary Ann Caws at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 5, at their storefront (124 Baronne Street). Caws will read and discuss the Poetry of Surrealism. She will be touching on the works of Andre Breton, Paul…

Jerry Ward book release: Fractal Song

The New Orleans Museum of Music and Cultural Arts will host Dr. Jerry Ward at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 3, at their 124 Baronne Street location, which is adjacent to Crescent City Books. Ward will read from and sign his new book of poems, Fractal Song. Reception…

M’Bilia Meekers and Geoff Munsterman read at Crescent City Books Oct. 9

New Orleans poets M’Bilia Meekers and Geoff Munsterman will present their work at a reading beginning at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 9, at Crescent City Books (223 Chartres St.). Meekers is the author of Wish for a Drowned Daughter, a…

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…

Writers emerge yet again from the Black Widow Salon Feb. 18

The Black Widow Salon, a regular showcase of local and visiting writers, will host five “emerging” writers from 7 – 9 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 18, at Crescent City Books (230 Chartres St.). This event—which showcases young-ish, littler-known local writers…

Crescent City Books hosts October authors, celebrates 20 years

The Black Widow Salon continues its docket of literary events next month with presentations by Mark Yakich from 7 – 9 p.m. on Oct. 1 and Carolyn Hembree from 2 – 4 p.m. on  Oct. 6. Both events will take…

Saturday is Bloomsday!

Crescent City Books will host a 12-hour marathon reading of James Joyce’s Ulysses this Saturday, June 16, at the Irish House (1432 St. Charles Ave.) in celebration of your favorite literary nerd holiday and mine, Bloomsday! The event encourages folks…

“You publish too much!” An interview with Bill Zavatsky

By Michael Allen Zell Bill Zavatsky is a New York poet who has had two of his own books published since 1975. Why so few?  He’s been busy running SUN press and magazine for fifteen years, translating Surrealist poets, teaching,…

Writers “Emerge” at the Black Widow Salon

M’Bilia Meekers reads with accompaniment at the Columns Hotel; Room 220 editors refrain from editorializing for fear of seeming creepy; Meekers will perform at the next Black Widow Salon. The Black Widow Salon continues its monthly literary event series at…

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