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Pirate's Alley Faulkner Society And Louisiana State Museum To Host Multi-Author Reception Honoring Faulkner Society Gold Medal Fiction Writers With New Novels Just Released Sunday, August 9, 2015 from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. at the Cabildo

The Pirate’s Alley Faulkner Society is proud to announce that four of the Gold Medal winners selected in the William Faulkner – William Wisdom Creative Writing Competition have had their new novels published. 1,283 more words

Haunting the South

In Louisiana and indeed the entire South, an elegant, if hidden, cultural doppelgänger exists.  Yes, the foreground is often a cacophony of political corruption, bad schools, dimwitted fundamentalism and deadly/delicious fried food.  507 more words


The Krakow Cure for Writer's Block by Jeni Stewart

This summer, travel with Burlesque Press across the world and back in time.

Join celebrated authors Moira Crone and Shelley Puhak for an invigorating and inspiring… 224 more words

Wandering Writers

"The Not Yet," by Moira Crone

University of New Orleans Press. 272 pages. $15.95

Imagining a Mississippi Delta area significantly transformed by decades of ferocious hurricanes, Moira Crone takes us to a realm of islands where immortals rule and the rest live lives of aspiration or rebellion in a caste-bound, static society. 385 more words

Authors And Books

The Not Yet, by Moira Crone

In Moira Crone’s vision of the future, the one percent are immortal.  The U.S. population of 2121 is divided into social strata even more rigidly segregated than the socioeconomic classes of today. 796 more words

Science Fiction

Readings, seminars, and another Peauxdunque publication

More news on Peauxdunquians in the world: Foremost, another Peauxdunque publication, as Kimberly Clouse’s short story, “Hector Gets Taken,” is in Volume 1, Issue 9 of… 179 more words

Peauxdunquians In The World

Wherein, despite our pledge, Books by the Banks is mentioned, and we discuss short stories, their state in the world today, and recent pertinent acquisitions

I had the pleasure of listening to the panel discussion “The Short Story: Dead or Alive (We’d Like to Know)” at Books by the Banks this year, moderated by Jason Gargano, with panelists Donald Ray Pollack ( 405 more words