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Louisiana in Words

By Remy Benoit

Pelican Publishing Company and Joshua Clark of French Quarter Fiction announce the release Louisiana in Words. at the Maple Leaf (8316 Oak Street) on Sunday, March 18, 3 - 6 pm!

The is truly an awesome collection of moments in the life of Louisiana. Each of us wrote on just one minute in Louisiana that was precious to us as part of its life, of our own lives here. There are minutes from all over the state, from every possible viewpoint.

Joshua Clark edited this anthology as he did French Quarter Fiction: Newest Stories of America's Oldest Bohemia. which was Voted 2003 Book of the Year by New Orleans Gulf South Booksellers Association.

As always, it was a delight to work with Josh on this new anthology. This is a man who stayed in New Orleans for all of Katrina and wrote many pieces for Salon. on the terrible problems faced by our city during this catastrophe. Josh loves New Orleans deeply and his love of our city shines through again in his editing of Louisiana in Words

Come out, Ya'll to the Maple Leaf (8316 Oak Street) on Sunday, March 18, 3 - 6 pm to meet with the authors, get your copies signed. The Garden District Book Shop. will be selling the books at the Maple Leaf.

This is a book you don't want to miss!! It is the heart and soul of Louisiana and hey, "We are Louisiana" so come out and be a part of this celebration of her!

For those of you who are Veterans, you will not want to miss 3:22 PM by Marc David. His writing touched my soul, brought tears to my eyes, and once again, reminded me of how much work we have to do to bring all of you home safely and cared for.



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