Odd Words Green Sheet Extra! November 9, 2012Posted by Mark Folse in books, literature, New Orleans, Odd Words, Poetry, publishing, Toulouse Street.
“If you finish too early, you’re doing it wrong.”
— unidenfitied character on Treme last week discussing, um, Indian suits. I think.
Just remember if you want to be in the list from the get-go on Thursday to get your listings into me by no later than Wednesday to email@example.com, Facebook, Twitter, snail mail, stuffing flyers into my hands or RFC1149.
& UPDATE: Also on Friday at 7 p.m., McKeown’s Books & Difficult Music hosts HOW the SKINNY VICTORY of BUTCHER’S SUGAR became SPITSHINE ERRATA, featuring authors Carolyn Hembree – Skinny; Ben Kopel – Victory; Brad Richard – Butcher’s Sugar’ Anne Marie Rooney – Spitshine; Geoff Wyss – How’ and, Michael Allen Zell – Errata.
& UPDATE:Also on Saturday, at 7 p.m. a new reading series at Kajun’s Pub, The Cold Cuts Series hosted by Tenderloin Magazine editors Mel Coyle and Jenn Nunes featuring Kim Vodicka, Vincent Cellucci, and Anne Marie Rooney.
& UPDATE:Join author Carolyn Morrow Long as she discusses her new release, Madame Lalaurie, Mistress of The Haunted House, at The Tennessee William’s Festival monthly Coffee and Conversation at 7 pm, Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the main branch Jefferson Parish Library. This session includes local author interviews, book signings of their latest releases, Q&A sessions, and complimentary French Market Coffee.