Discussion: The Ethics of Storytelling

Tubby & Coo’s will host a celebration of Independent Bookstore Day at 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 12, at their storefront (631 N. Carrollton Ave). In their Ethics of Storytelling session, writers will discuss how fiction and media are influential…

The New Orleans Suitcase

The New Orleans Suitcase On view: May 12- July 1, 2018 Second Saturday Reception: May 12, 6-10pm Second Saturday Closing Reception: June 9th, 6-10pm Daily hours: Tuesday through Sunday 12-5 In New Orleans, where truth is stranger than fiction, a…

“I’d rather love the spikey parts” — an interview with Alma Mathijsen

Alma Mathijsen was born in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She is the author of six plays, a collection of short stories, and three novels. Her latest novel Forget the Girls has been critically acclaimed and is nominated for the BNG BANK Literary Prize. Mathijsen…

Where did that come from? It’s always been there: In Conversation with Ladee Hubbard

WRBH’s David Benedetto sat down last November with Tulane professor and 2016 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers Award-winning author Ladee Hubbard to talk about her new novel, The Talented Ribkins, in which an African-American family from Florida reckons with their superhero-esque…

RM220: New Year’s Day with M’Bilia Meekers, Brad Richard, & Andy Young

Room 220 presents readings from M’Bilia Meekers, Brad Richard, and Andy Young at 5 p.m. on Monday, January 1, at Antenna Gallery (3718 St. Claude Ave.). M’Bilia Meekers is a poet who has received fellowships from Cave Canem, The Watering Hole, and Poets &…

Recently read, a New Orleans writers round up: Ladee Hubbard, Anya Groner, Yuri Herrera, Barb Johnson, and more

We’re back from a summer hiatus, and we’ve put together an incredible, non-exhaustive list of recent publications from writers around New Orleans, as well as a few from those who used to be in our midst. Tulane professor and Rona Jaffe…

One Book One New Orleans: Last Cookout of Summer

One Book One New Orleans will host their Last Cookout of Summer at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, September 6. The Last Cookout of Summer is a fundraiser for One Book One New Orleans’ first year as an independent nonprofit organization!…

Greetings, from Queer Mountain NOLA Episode 20 – Hot Heat

The New Movement – New Orleans will host Greetings, From Queer Mountain at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, August 11, at 2706 St. Claude Avenue. Admission is $5. Happy hour specials begin at 6:30 p.m. Greetings, From Queer Mountain is a monthly LGBTQ…

The Story of Stories: The Practical Magic of Fairy Tales

The Académie Gnostique will host The Story of Stories: The Practical Magic of Fairy Tales at 7 p.m. on Sunday, July 2, at 126 Baronne Street. The suggested donation is $10, and refreshments will be served in the lobby. The event is…

Featured Essay: Heavy Metal in the Age of Trump

Standing in a metal bar just three days after Trump’s election, the American flag should’ve been a clear sign that the show I was at was about to get weird. The place was a stickered and dimly lit dive where…

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