A bird, a cage, a song, a warble: THE OBLIVION ATLAS

The Oblivion Atlas By Michael Allen Zell, with images by Louviere + Vanessa (Lavender Ink) Reviewed by Derick Dupre The only time a movie moves is when a shutter keeps you from seeing the picture change. What you perceive as…

Photo Books at PhotoNOLA: A roundup

This year’s PhotoNOLA festival includes a panoply of offerings for lovers of photography books. The PhotoNOLA Education Day: Focus on Photo Books kicks things off on December 12 at the International House Hotel with a series of discussions and presentations.…

STRAY LEAVES: Portrait of the Artist with Two Heads

“Stray Leaves” is a monthly(ish) series of articles written by Michael Allen Zell that illuminate oddities and rarities from New Orleans’ literary history.  ”Stray Leaves,” in Zell’s words, is “a lifting up of stones and crowing about that found underneath, led…

STRAY LEAVES: The Raven At The Gate Of The Tropics

Stray Leaves, a monthly(ish) column of New Orleans literary obscurities by Michael Allen Zell, is a lifting up of stones and crowing about that found underneath, led by the guiding notion that we are standing on the shoulders of writers…

STRAY LEAVES: A Tomb for Marcus Christian

Room 220 is pleased to present the first installment of “Stray Leaves,” a monthly(ish) series of articles written by Michael Allen Zell that illuminate oddities and rarities from New Orleans’ literary history.  “Stray Leaves,” in Zell’s words, is “a lifting up…

Thick giblet soup, nutty gizzards, a stuffed roast heart: New Orleans celebrates Bloomsday this Sunday with a marathon reading of Ulysses

Join a bevy of local writers and James Joyce enthusiasts as New Orleans celebrates Bloomsday with a marathon reading of Ulysses beginning at 2 p.m. this Sunday, June 16, at the Irish House (1432 St. Charles Ave.). The event will…

“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,…

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