Remembering Chauncey: Post-Katrina through the lens of a goat

Editor’s note: The goats of Y’Herd Me, a goat-powered landscaping operation run by Morgana King, will be on hand for a winter solstice event, Christmas with the Goats, from 5 – 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 22, at Clouet Gardens…

The 14th Annual New Orleans Book Fair this Saturday at Clouet Gardens

Apparently, no building can contain the awesome explosion that is the New Orleans Book Fair—it’s outdoors again this year, and as anti-capitalist as ever. (There will be a burning of tires on the steps of the AirBnB house across the…

John Freeman and Garnette Cadogan present the inaugural issue of FREEMAN’S at Garden District Books

Editor John Freeman and author Garnette Cadogan will present the inaugural issue of Freeman’s, a new journal featuring writing by some of today’s most notable authors, with an event from 6 – 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2, at Garden District Book Shop…

Okay, someone’s making a blood offering: An interview with Alex Mar

Alex Mar’s new book, Witches of America, is a search for meaning, esoteric and otherwise. She takes her reader on a spiritual cross-country road trip from the Bay Area of California to New Orleans, from the prairies of the Midwest…

I would like to leave just a little bit of messiness: Margaret Eby on exploring towns and homes of the Southern literary canon

Birmingham, Alabama, native Margaret Eby returned South from her adopted home in New York City to write a travelogue about the towns where the stories of the Southern canon take place, as well as the authors who lived and worked…

Bright Lines author Tanwi Nandini Islam in conversation with TWF lit director J.R. Ramakrishnan Nov. 19

Author Tanwi Nandini Islam will present her new novel, Bright Lines, at an event featuring conversation with J.R. Ramakrishnan at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 19, at the Garden District Book Shop (2727 Prytania St.). The Denver Post called Islam’s…

John Pope’s collection of Times-Pic obits launches Oct. 14 at Octavia Books

In what strikes Room 220 editors as a book that was dying to be published (har, har), longtime Times-Picayune journalist and obituary writer John Pope will celebrate the launch of his new collection of TP obits, Getting Off At Elysian Fields, at 6 p.m.…

UNO presents an evening with poets Derrick Harriell and Sara Slaughter Oct. 7

The University of New Orleans Creative Writing Workshop will host a reading by poets Derrick Harriell and Sara Slaughter at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the UNO Lakeside Campus, Liberal Arts Building, Room 197. The reading will be followed…

The Book Series as Tapas Restaurant: Christopher Schaberg on OBJECT LESSONS

Loyola University New Orleans professor Christopher Schaberg and Georgia Tech professor Ian Bogost are co-editors of Object Lessons, an online essay series published by the Atlantic and print book series published by Bloomsbury. Christopher Schaberg answered Room 220’s questions about the…

ROOM 220 and NOCCA Present: An Evening with the University of Iowa’s International Writers Program

Room 220 is delighted to present for the fifth year straight a group of esteemed writers from around the globe, in partnership with the University of Iowa’s International Writers Program and New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts. This year’s reading…

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