In the aftermath of World War I, in 1925 world leaders met to come to an agreement to ban the use of chemical and biological weapons during warfare. It wasn’t until 1975 when the United States ratified the agreement in accordance with the 1925 Geneva Protocol. However, the United States made exceptions for the use […]
Donald Trump. These two simple words evoke quite a number of strong reactions from most Americans. Some react with passionate disgust for the man while others react with blind worship and praise of their false idol. No matter one’s feelings on Mr. Trump, one thing is certain: The man is a huuuuge disease expert. […]
An afternoon with Leslie Dalton Roger, New Orleans Taxidermist. Inspired and raised by New Orleans, she is a talented artist.
This is a poem from Nolan Storey’s latest book, “Damning Love; Poems of Pain and Perversion, Interrupted by Hope.”
A profile of five rising women poets in New Orleans that includes their work, links to their sites, headshots and interviews.
A Jew and a Gentile write about prejudice and antisemitism in New Orleans and beyond.
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 […]
The title poem from Nolan Storey’s latest collection, Damning Love.
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