Recently read, a New Orleans writers round up: Anya Groner, Adrian Van Young, Tad Bartlett, and Maurice Carlos Ruffin

Countless writers in New Orleans are ever plucking away at their keyboards, conducting research or interviews, or simply probing their memories and inner lives to create worthwhile work. Much of this is published online, scattered disparately throughout cyberspace. Here are…

Francisco Goldman reading canceled

While it’s a blustery 40 degrees here in New Orleans, apparently the northeastern part of the country is a snowy shitshow. Sadly, among the casualties of this frigid mayhem—which included a Delta plane that slid off the runway at New York’s LaGuardia Airport…

A strong week for N.O. book events: Lorrie Morrie, Jesmyn Ward, Francisco Goldman, and more!

Lorrie Moore kicks of a strong week of literary events in New Orleans with a reading at 7 p.m. tonight, Monday, March 2, in the Lavin-Bernick Student Center on Tulane University’s campus. Moore is the author of five collections of short stories…

Susan Choi reads at Tulane March 17

Photo by Adena Stevens Author Susan Choi, the current Zale-Kimmerling Writer in Residence at Tulane University, will give a reading and sit for an interview with local author Zachary Lazar at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 17, at the Woldenberg…

Cool? Cool. Cooooolll. Joel Dinerstein presents AMERICAN COOL

Is it cool to curate a museum exhibition about cool people? Not according to the curators of a new exhibition on that very subject now on display at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., American Cool. According to one…

Its arrival was a bloody birth: Kalamu ya Salaam on the New New Orleans

This article refers to a speech given by Kalamu ya Salaam as a keynote address during the conference “After Katrina: Transnational Perspectives on the Futures of the Gulf South,” which took place at Tulane University on November 15, 2013.  Click…

Coming back around: Robert Stone returns to New Orleans

By Derick Dupre Robert Stone’s visionary fiction has led readers across the globe, from Vietnam to Central America to Hollywood, and now to a small New England mill town in his first novel in ten years, Death of the Black-Haired…

Celebrated Korean-American novelist Chang-rae Lee at Tulane Nov. 14

Novelist and Princeton creative writing professor Chang-rae Lee will give a reading a book signing at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Woldenberg Art Center on Tulane University’s campus. This event is free and open to the public.…

Andy Stallings Launches Second PXP Poetry Symposium at Tulane, Nov. 8-9

By Zach Savich Last fall, local poet and Tulane University instructor Andy Stallings launched the Poetry Exchange Project (PXP), an innovative program that connects Tulane students to readers and writers from across the country. This year’s PXP culminates with a…

Mary Jo Bang at Tulane Oct. 21

  Poet Mary Jo Bang will present a reading at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21, in the Freeman Auditorium of the Woldenburg Art Center on Tulane University’s campus. The event is free and open to the public. Bang is…

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