A profile of five rising women poets in New Orleans that includes their work, links to their sites, headshots and interviews.
A poem of love and nature by New Orleans poet, Kellyann Bates.
The continuation of Grabes’ Greenhouse in which Adam Albaari shows us more of his skill as a writer of fiction.
Ron Calamia, local photographer and author of FANtastic Saints, a book featuring the costumes and stories of Saints superfans, understands the unique fan culture of New Orleans on an intimate level.
A continuation of the serial fiction, Grabes’ Greenhouse, by Adam Albaari.
A poem and art by a newly featured poet, Kellyann Bates.
I sit down to get to know more about DC, this local fixture and go to guy for anything and everything comic and graphic novel related, including honest feedback regarding recently released film adaptations of these beloved publications.
A decade elapsed A decade and then some Time and miles transpired A spectrum nudged Between abscessed tires Surges of slithering rubber Mechanics in tow Harnessed by empty miles The residence of sacred memories Before they dissolved, seeped And danced through The ceramic cracks of my skull My heart swells of ephemeral love Plainsight of […]
Sally Winthrop (real name Jessa Bridges) was a modern artist from England. Her interactive set pieces were usually some combination of re-purposed technology and lots of meaningless wires. She specialized in visual installations that The Times once called, “a technological intersection between the absurd, the mundane and the disturbing.”
She exuded class, with talent and care, Despite all hard times that had come before. Treating all those around her with kindness, Helping her friends overcome their despair, All by being herself, never spineless. In adoration of her strength, I stay, Grateful to be close to this warrior; A warrior of light […]
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