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New Orleans by New Orleans By Rachel Potucek, Ryan Smolar
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A collection of fiction, essays, poetry and artwork about and inspired by New Orleans. New Orleans by New Orleans is a collection of short fiction, poetry and non-fiction inspired by, set in, or... More > about New Orleans. It is a complex portrait of a beautiful city, presented through the eyes of its own community.< Less
Poetry and Dreams for New Orleans By Aaron Alexander
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Part three of three. The author once again captures us with his unique fictional memoirs style of writing, again with much poetry added. We catch up with the author as he is leaving up-state New... More > York headed for New Orleans, so recently destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. He goes there because he hasn't seen Orah in two years, and all he knows is that New Orleans is where she's from.< Less
Lyrics from New Orleans By Marisa Williams
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Author Marisa Williams takes readers back to her mindset in New Orleans, expressing the trials of life through music lyrics. Two complete albums, "The Restaurant" and "People,"... More > are printed for the first time within the pages of this book, along with bonus randomly lost lyrics. As always, the shocking mindset of this modern musical mayhem may not be made for most in this tell-all writing style.< Less
To New Orleans, with Love By Whitney Sherman
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Illustrators respond to Hurricane Katrina. Contains 32 original works by illustration students and faculty of the Maryland Institute College of Art [MICA] in Baltimore. Originally created for The... More > Ripple Effect initiative for artists and designers devastated by the Hurricane, these illustrations respond to the our fellow artists needs with empathy and hope. Works were sold as prints, originals were sold at auction, all were part of a multi-media backdrop for The Ripple Effect fundraiser/Mardi Gras celebration held February 28, 2006 at the Society of Illustrators of New York. The foreword by Whitney Sherman, MICA Chair of Illustration and Illustration faculty and the afterword is by Warren Linn, Illustration faculty. Contains each artist's contact information. Profit from this book [$1.] will continue to fund The Ripple Effect initiative sending art supplies to Lousiana State University for distribution in the Gulf Region.< Less
New Orleans Voodoo By Marisa L. Williams
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This collection of reality-based fiction stories was accumulated while Marisa Williams studied at the Johns Hopkins University for her Master's in Writing. Coming out of the closet with sexual... More > issues, go behind the scenes of the music scene, get hit by a car, experience Hurricane Katrina, deal with suicide and survive when life whirlwinds unexpectedly. This collection of stories offers a glimpse in the New Orleans life, a quick jaunt through Voodoo Country.< Less
New Orleans Voodoo By Marisa L. Williams
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This collection of reality-based fiction stories was accumulated while Marisa Williams studied at the Johns Hopkins University for her Master's in Writing. Coming out of the closet with sexual... More > issues, go behind the scenes of the music scene, get hit by a car, experience Hurricane Katrina, deal with suicide and survive when life whirlwinds unexpectedly. This collection of stories offers a glimpse in the New Orleans life, a quick jaunt through Voodoo Country.< Less
New Orleans Voodoo By Marisa L. Williams
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This collection of reality-based fiction stories was accumulated while Marisa Williams studied at the Johns Hopkins University for her Master's in Writing. Coming out of the closet with sexual... More > issues, go behind the scenes of the music scene, get hit by a car, experience Hurricane Katrina, deal with suicide and survive when life whirlwinds unexpectedly. This collection of stories offers a glimpse in the New Orleans life, a quick jaunt through Voodoo Country.< Less
New Orleans Voodoo By Marisa L. Williams
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This collection of reality-based fiction stories was accumulated while Marisa Williams studied at the Johns Hopkins University for her Master's in Writing. Coming out of the closet with sexual... More > issues, go behind the scenes of the music scene, get hit by a car, experience Hurricane Katrina, deal with suicide and survive when life whirlwinds unexpectedly. This collection of stories offers a glimpse in the New Orleans life, a quick jaunt through Voodoo Country.< Less
Blue Dog Saloon; a Tale of Old New Orleans By James Peter Callahan, Thomas S. Bradley
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New Orleans, 1898. Creole society gasps against the incursion of “les Americains.” A bounded “restricted district”, dubbed “Storyville”, made it illegal for... More > bordellos outside the legislated area. For the next 20 years, Storyville became an entertainment Mecca, giving birth to a blaring, raucous music called “jazz.” Enter two adventurers --- Pete the Pope, and Tom the Emperor. The Pope is a skilled, inveterate gambler and New Orleans native. The Emperor has adopted the city as his home, as the back streets suit his hard-boiled lifestyle. These two atypical heroes establish a saloon in the heart of Storyville, in a business relationship with the Pope’s paramour Rita, a single-minded and straightforward sporting house owner.< Less
The Mayor of New Orleans: Just Talking Jazz By Fatima Shaik
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Three lush and evocative novellas..capture the special ambiance of southern Louisiana." Publishers Weekly “The colorful diversity of a great city's people." Booklist "More like... More > a performance piece than conventional fiction...a terrific charging solo." National Public Radio< Less