The Lady Nunes has moved to New Orleans to live the fabulous life and cultivate designer once-wild felines. She has published poems recently, at Elimae and Dante's Heart, and fiction at Monkeybicycle. She blogs about recipes and other snob-worthy things at The Everyday Snobbetarian.
Dame Barker has published several pieces recently, in Front Porch and Monkeybicycle. The Dame is also a remarkable postdoctoral fellow at LSU. Also view one story of hers on Unmoveable Feast.
Lord DeWitt Brinson is rumored to be rewiring a house in North Carolina. He has also been Panked, much to the kingdom's delight.
Prince Jordan Soyka can be seen scrawling poetic genius in New Orleans also, possibly at the Court of Two Sisters. We know he is a Cave Wall favorite.
Countess Tracey Duncan has become a Capital Defender and we can't wait to read her nonfiction about it.
Duchess Susan Kirby-Smith is also a postdoctoral fellow. You can read a poem of hers in Drupe Fruits and on Here, Where I Am.
Princess Mel Coyle continues to charm and amuse, in person, in poems and in other poems, and in other poems, although she has often charmed and amused in stories also. She is under the gun however, so there's no time for this nonsense.
Sir Tyler Smith is making a movie with Snoop Dogg.
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Wednesday, May 19, 2010
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Monday, February 15, 2010
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
A literary festival organized by the New Delta Review, LSU's graduate student-run literary magazine.
Delta Mouth features writers Laurie Lynn Drummond, Akilah Oliver, Ariana Reinnes, Susana Chavez-Silverman, Marthe Reed, Xero Skidmore, Peggy Shinner, Andrew Ervin and Susan Kirby-Smith.
There will be readings beginning at 8:30 Thursday, February 11th at Chelsea's and at 8:00 on Friday, February 12th at the Shaw Center. Dinner receptions precede both.
"Send the Clowns Now," a ten-minute play by Susan Kirby-Smith will debut at Delta Mouth on Thursday evening, 8:30 at Chelsea's.
The play will star DeWitt Brinson, Jenn Nunes, Karin DeGravelles, and William Burke.
* Mel Coyle is the understudy.
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Issue Two: With new fiction by Monica Merenda, Kass Fleisher and Meg Pokrass, essay and fiction by Jane Stubbs, poetry by Chris Tusa, Gail Peck, John Hoppenthaler, Chris Shipman, Elaine Briney, and Benjamin Lowenkron. Reviews by Tyler Smith and Jennifer Whitaker.