“My heart broke all over again. I wanted my life back, my mama, but I knew I would never have that. The child I had been was gone with the child she had been. 346 more words
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Last year’s Hands On Literary Festival and Masquerade Ball was a great success.
Joy Castro was an incredible key note speaker, insightful and gracious.
Writers and scholars discussed the state of crime fiction since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, tried to explain the “badness” of so much workshop fiction, and chronicled African American literature in New Orleans. 1,022 more words