Ambiguous hues: (1)ne Drop by Yaba Blay

The New York Times highlighted yesterday a new book by New Orleans native Yaba Blay, (1)ne Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race. The book features essays exploring questions of race by 60 contributors from 25 countries who self-identify, at least…

Of Folk and Form: An interview with Thomas Sayers Ellis

By jewel bush When friend and fellow MelaNated Writers Collective member Kelly Harris suggested we bring poet, photographer, and word provocateur Thomas Sayers Ellis—cofounder of the Dark Room Collective—to New Orleans, I said: “Fuck yeah!” I jumped at the chance…

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…

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…

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