Anne Babson‘s poem, “September Bunker,” will be published in Curator magazine; and her poems “Before” and “Findings at the Reichstag” will be published by India-based Ethos.
Maurice also moderated a conversation with friend-of-Peauxdunque Sarah Broom, on the packed-house/standing-room-only occasion of the release of her book, The Yellow House. Much love to our whole literary community!
Waaaaayyyy up at the front, beyond the mass of folks who turned out for the release of Sarah Broom’s Yellow House, are Sarah and Maurice Carlos Ruffin, Aug. 28, 2019, at Garden District Books.
Go see Maurice Carlos Ruffin reading with James Nolan at the Alvar branch of the New Orleans Public Library (913 Alvar Street) tonight from 6 to 8! Maurice will be reading from his novel, We Cast A Shadow, and James will be reading from his new book of poetry, Nasty Water.
In the latest Peauxdunque publication news, look for Maurice‘s essay, “The Great American Press Release,” about his visit to the Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery, in the fall issue of Oxford American. And Tad Bartlett‘s story, “Flock Apart,” will be published in New York City-based Litbreak in November; so look forward to more Peauxdunque goodness this fall!