Alison Bechdel to present at Tulane March 6

Alison Bechdel, author of the critically acclaimed graphic novels Fun Home and Are You My Mother? and the syndicated comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For, will give a multimedia presentation about her work and process at 7 p.m. on…

Aimee Bender reads at Tulane Jan. 28

Author Aimee Bender, who is currently the 28th Zale-Kimmerling Writer-in-Residence at Tulane, will read from her work and field interview questions at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28, in the Freeman Auditorium at Tulane. Bender is the author of four…

A dizzying array of extraordinary events

By Nathan C. Martin A recurring theme among conversations I have with my friends is that New Orleans largely lacks—and this phrase has almost become a joke among certain folks I know—an “elevated level of discourse.” One friend went as…

E.O. Wilson and Alex Harris: Naturalism, Youth, and Southern Photography at Tulane Oct. 15

Alabama-born Edward O. Wilson is arguably the most important naturalist of the last half of the 20th century, and his research, writing, and advocacy have dramatically shaped the conversation around the natural sciences and conservation in the 21st. He is…

Live Human Condition: Geoff Dyer at Tulane Monday Night

Harper’s magazine is the  only periodical to which I subscribe whose issues I read cover-to-cover every single time. Or, that used to be true—until Zadie Smith stopped writing the ‘New Books’ section. I don’t really have anything against Larry McMurty…

The poem is my own experience: An interview with Andy Stallings

By Erik Vande Stouwe Andy Stallings is a poet of the New Poetry. He writes in and out of the vertiginous accumulation of the Modernist influence. Consistent across the work I have read is an aggressive interrogation of language. This…

Whirlwind of poetry events to hit New Orleans next week!

I did my taxes last night, and the nice VITA fellow who helped me let me know that I had mis-checked a box on the prep form I filled out—under the question, “Do you live in an area affected by…

It’s not a car chase so much as an escalating argument: An interview with Antonya Nelson

By Sara Slaughter Antonya Nelson is always the first to admit that she’s not good with plot. Her latest novel, Bound, begins with a car crash, and centers around characters who live in the same time and place as the serial…

He has a publicist who probably dreams about him every night

Author Jami Attenberg attended the Jonathan Franzen event last night at Tulane, and wrote a blog post based on her notes that’s getting trafficked around the interwebs, particularly because of Franzen’s negative comments about Twitter. From Attenberg’s post: [Franzen] on…

Naomi Shihab Nye wanders over to Tulane Thursday, Nov. 17

Self-described “wandering poet” Naomi Shihab Nye will read as part of Tulane’s Poet Laureate Series on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. in the Lavin-Bernick Center (which, if it’s the same place Robert Hass read last winter, is pretty hard…

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