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Southern Creatives – Nita Risher McGlawn @nitarmc

It is my pleasure to welcome Southern Poet and Writer, Nita Risher McGlawn, to Southern Creatives this week. In addition to the WONDERFUL guest post she created for this week, she also graciously shared one of her poems “New Orleans’ … Continue reading

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Shadows of New Orleans by Annette Moore, 1938

  Just wanted to share a photo I fell in love with this morning. From the Library of Congress, this photo is by Annette Moore – Shadows of New Orleans, 1938 (Prints and Photographs Division, 29b)

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Memory Snapshot, Waiting In Line – Preservation Hall, New Orleans

Preservation Hall I’m twenty-six. I remember this part, clearly. Why? Because I stood in line waiting for the doors to open and talked to an older gentleman for about forty-five minutes, and when he found out that I was a … Continue reading

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