Bringing poetry down from a pedestal: an interview with Mark Yakich

At one point in Mark Yakich’s Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide, this instruction: “Work on one poem at a sitting. You most likely are distracted all day by all kinds of information…” …is followed directly by: “Work on multiple poems at…

UNO presents an evening with Jennifer S. Davis and Mark Yakich on March 3

The University of New Orleans Creative Writing Workshop will host a reading by Jennifer S. Davis & Mark Yakich at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 3, at the University of New Orleans Lakefront Campus, Liberal Arts Building, Room 140. The…

Featured in the Reading Room 220: MOTORMAN by David Ohle

Last spring, Press Street unveiled in a soft opening the new Reading Room 220 on the first floor of our headquarters on St. Claude Avenue. The community space—which hosts events, adult writing workshops, Big Class activities, and more—includes a collection…

Allison Alsup wins a 2014 O’Henry Prize for a story published in the New Orleans Review

Local author Allison Alsup was among the winners of the 2014 O’Henry Prize, which honored her short story “Old Houses” published in issue 38.1 of the New Orleans Review. Alsup’s story will be included in the anthology The O. Henry…

Come One, Come All to the 12th Annual New Orleans Book Fair and Media Expo

The 12th annual New Orleans Book Fair and Media Expo will host more than 40 vendors from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 16, at the Contemporary Arts Center Warehouse (900 Camp Street). This marks the second year…

New Orleans Review unveils its newest issue this week

By Ari Braverman New Orleans Review will celebrate the release of its new issue with readings from the magazine and literary mingling beginning at 7 p.m. this Friday, September 13, at Maple Street Book Shop (7529 Maple St.). This is…

New Orleans in Passing: DON DELILLO

Room 220‘s unfortunately infrequent series of excerpts from literary works whose subjects pass through New Orleans continues with an excerpt of an interview and a passage from a novel by American literary giant Don DeLillo. Previous “New Orleans in Passing”…

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