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This coming week in literary New Orleans:

& Thursday at 6:30 pm The Nix Library on Carrollton Avenue will host a poetry reading by the local literary group Peauxdunque Writers Alliance. 1,623 more words

Toulouse Street

Such Singing in the Wild Branches

I recently learned that April is National Poetry Month. Who knew? I didn’t.

I feel like poetry has waned from the day-to-day experiences of most of us. 509 more words

East Oakland

Lovely London...

I have to admit, the days leading up to our London tour I was completely not feeling the desire to uproot and travel. I know, sounds crazy to not be excited about visiting a place like London, but there were so many things I needed to do at home (and of course it was Friday afternoon at 4:55 when I realized that I had to do them all). 930 more words


The Wanderer: 3 Cities with Bookstores I Want to Visit

I have this grand plan¬†of visiting all 50 states. Within that, I plan on visiting used book stores in the cities I visit. ¬†Thanks to… 113 more words


Design Your Own Bookstore

by Libby Sternberg

Borders is gone, and Barnes & Noble is struggling. The book world keens.

Remember the days when these big-box bookstores were the subject of the same kind of criticism leveled at Amazon today? 753 more words