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Leonard Earl Johnson "Christmas Among the Ruins"

By Remy Benoit

Leonard is a sweet, dear man; a man who loves the Crescent City. He knows her streets; he knows her heartbeat; and he lives in a celebration of life with her. Like so many others, his home suffered damage from Katrina, and he is living away from the Big Easy while it is repaired.

Join Leonard and Consumer for Christmas Among the Ruins.

Leonard and I shared the joy of writing for French Quarter Fiction: The Newest Stories of America's Oldest Bohemia. Remember, $2 of every French Quarter Fiction purchased will directly fund K.A.R.E.S. (Katrina Arts Relief and Emergency Support)

And while you are visiting with us, we need a tiny bit of your time to sign the petition for One Voice for New Orleans.

Thank you so much! Blessings, Remy


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