On Solnit

Rebecca Solnit will give a live presentation titled “The Speed of Thoughts: Parades, Marches, Strolls, and Other Journeys Through Places and Ideas” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 9, in Nunemaker Hall at Loyola University New Orleans. The event is…

Any System of Thinking Holistically has been Totally Abandoned: An interview with Moira Crone

By Ari Braverman In Moira Crone’s new sci-fi parable, The Not Yet, coastal flooding has turned the Gulf South into a wild archipelago. The New Orleans Islands are mostly a playground for Heirs, the decadent ruling class whose lives have…

Event recap: Literary Late Night at the Outdoor Auxiliary

On May 3, authors Matt Sumell, Anne Gisleson, and Yuri Herrera read as part of the Room 220 Live Prose from the Antenna Gallery Outdoor Auxiliary reading series. More than 130 people came out to hear the readers, drink daiquiris…

Preview: The MelaNated Writers summer reading series

By Cate Czarnecki Like most things in New Orleans, the men and women of the MelaNated Writers collective aren’t simply just writers—among them you will find musicians, students, journalists, lawyers, professors, activists, and citizens who live and work in a…

LIVE PROSE: Matt Sumell, Anne Gisleson, and Yuri Hererra at the Antenna Gallery Outdoor Auxiliary (AOA)

Room 220 is pleased to present an evening of live prose with three outstanding writers on Thursday, May 3, at 7 p.m., at the Antenna Gallery Outdoor Auxiliary (2116 St. Claude Ave., at Frenchmen Street, next door to Melvin’s). Matt…

FOOL SHUT YOUR MOUTH UP: Ernie K-Doe book launch this Wednesday!!!

The Historic New Orleans Collection will celebrate the launch of Ernie K-Doe: The R&B Emperor of New Orleans by Ben Sandmel this Wednesday, April 11, from 6 – 8 p.m. at the HNOC HQ, 533 Royal Street. Sandmel will sit…

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…

“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…

Mission Accomplished

Apologies to any Room 220 readers who showed up to Shaq’s book signing on Saturday after he had left. According to sources at the Garden District Book Shop, his handlers called the evening beforehand to notify the store that Shaq…

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