Janis Turk has teamed up with several of her travel writing colleagues to launch a travel writing seminar series, Try Travel Writing, with the next seminar scheduled for October 18-21 on Mackinac Island, Michigan! Like them on Facebook, too!
Peauxdunquian Arion Berger has released the first of three New Orleans-set paranormal romance thrillers, entitled “Darkness Eternal,” now available as an e-book on Amazon.com.
Peauxdunque’s Tad Bartlett has published the second of his “Food and …” series of essays on the Oxford American website, titled “Food and Memory: A Barbecue Homecoming,” wherein he goes back to his childhood home of Selma, Alabama, to revisit three barbecue joints while exploding the walls he had built between himself and the aftermath of a series of protests he participated in his senior year of high school.
New Peauxdunquian-extraordinaire L. Kasimu Harris continues his series of written and photographic essays inspired by the style and fashion to be found on New Orleans streets in his Parish Chic column on the Oxford American website.
Another few weeks have passed since the last Peauxdunque update, and that means another few weeks’ worth of good news:
Peauxdunquian Liz Gruder has recently learned that her YA novel, Starseed, has been accepted for publication by WiDo Publishing. We’ll update as we learn more about the anticipated release date, but this is fantastic news about a fantastic project.