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358. Mary Gehman, part 2

3/28/2020
358. Part 2 of our interview with Mary Gehman about her book, Women in New Orleans. Mary Gehman has actively participated in the New Orleans writing community since the 1970s. She was greatly involved in developing Margaret Media, Inc., which was established in 1981 in New Orleans as the publisher of Distaff, a women's monthly newspaper first published in 1972. Although the newspaper, the only one of its kind in the Deep South, ceased publication in 1982, the company president and one of...

Duration:01:18:17

357. Mary Gehman, Part 1

3/26/2020
357. Part 1 of our interview with Mary Gehman, author of Women in New Orleans. Mary has actively participated in the New Orleans writing community since the 1970s. She was greatly involved in developing Margaret Media, Inc., which was established in 1981 in New Orleans as the publisher of Distaff, a women's monthly newspaper first published in 1972. Although the newspaper, the only one of its kind in the Deep South, ceased publication in 1982, the company president and one of Distaff's...

Duration:01:11:03

356. Katie Burlison

3/14/2020
356. Katie Burlison is the curator of the Hermann-Grima + Gallier Historic Houses, a museum in the French Quarter (820 St. Louis Street & 818 St. Louis Street). We discuss the history of the Protestant charity, the Christian Woman's Exchange (once a tenant of the Hermann-Grima House) in New Orleans. The Exchange published the Creole Cookery Book in 1885, one of the earliest New Orleans cookbooks. "The Christian Woman’s Exchange was the first New Orleans women’s organization established by...

Duration:01:06:00

355. Laura D. Kelley on Margaret Haughery

3/6/2020
355. We interview Laura D. Kelley about Margaret Gaffney Haughery for Women's History Month. We talked to Laura in Episodes 156 and 157 about the history of the Irish in New Orleans. Today she comes back to discuss Margaret Gaffney Haughery, commonly called the Mother of Orphans. She immigrated to New Orleans in 1835, but soon lost her husband and child. The nuns took her in, and she began to work with orphans, donating much of her earnings to their support. She became a successful business...

Duration:01:11:29

354. John Dufresne

2/28/2020
354. We talk to John Dufresne. John is the author of six novels: Louisiana Power & Light, Love Warps the Mind a Little, (both New York Times Notable Books of the Year) Deep in the Shade of Paradise, Requiem, Mass., No Regrets, Coyote, and I Don't Like Where This Is Going. He also wrote two short story collections: The Way That Water Enters Stone and Johnny Too Bad, as well as three chapbooks: Lethe, Cupid, Time and Love; Well Enough Alone; and I Will Eat a Piece of the Roof and You Can Eat...

Duration:01:07:38

353. Bruce A. Craft, part 2

2/21/2020
353. Part 2 of our interview with Bruce A. Craft (English, Foreign Languages, and Cultural Studies). We talk about his presentation on “Redbone Rhetoric—Then and Now: An Exploration of the Literary and Historical Narrative of the Louisiana Redbones.” Bruce explores the history and culture of this tri-racial group living in western Louisiana. Montegut Parade Route Hwy. 55, Montegut, LA 70377 985-868-2732 Website Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on...

Duration:01:19:33

352. Bruce A. Craft, part 1

2/14/2020
352. Part 1 of our interview with Bruce A. Craft (English, Foreign Languages, and Cultural Studies). “Redbone Rhetoric—Then and Now: An Exploration of the Literary and Historical Narrative of the Louisiana Redbones.” Bruce explores the history and culture of this tri-racial group living in western Louisiana. Various Locations in Eunice, LA Downtown Eunice, 300 S. Second St., Eunice, LA 70535 337-457-7389 Website Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on...

Duration:01:17:29

351. Michael N. Henderson, part 2

2/7/2020
351. Part 2 of our interview with genealogist Michael N. Henderson. In Got Proof! My Genealogical Journey Through the Use of Documentation, Lieutenant Commander Michael Nolden Henderson, USN retired, captures the attention of genealogists, historians, and others interested in the complex social structure that developed during the French and Spanish colonial periods in Louisiana. He explores the forbidden relationships from which evolved the unique Creole culture. Revealing original documents...

Duration:01:21:02

350. Michael N. Henderson, part 1

1/31/2020
350. Part 1 of our interview with genealogist Michael N. Henderson. In Got Proof! My Genealogical Journey Through the Use of Documentation, Lieutenant Commander Michael Nolden Henderson, USN retired, captures the attention of genealogists, historians, and others interested in the complex social structure that developed during the French and Spanish colonial periods in Louisiana. He explores the forbidden relationships from which evolved the unique Creole culture. Revealing original documents...

Duration:01:18:33

349. Nathan Rabalais, part 2

1/25/2020
349. Part 2 of our interview with Nathan Rabalais about his documentary, Finding Louisiana. Louisiana French, folk tales. Nathan earned his Ph.D. in French Studies from Tulane University and a Doctorat en Langues et littératures from Université de Poitiers. His research focuses primarily on literatures, cultures, and oral tradition of Francophone North America (primarily Louisiana, Acadia, and Quebec). Professor Rabalais's courses include The Craft of Writing, Heroes, French and Creole...

Duration:01:14:35

348. Nathan Rabalais, part 1

1/17/2020
348. Part 1 of our interview with Nathan Rabalais. Finding Cajun. Louisiana French, folk tales. Nathan earned his Ph.D. in French Studies from Tulane University and a Doctorat en Langues et littératures from Université de Poitiers. His research focuses primarily on literatures, cultures, and oral tradition of Francophone North America (primarily Louisiana, Acadia, and Quebec). Professor Rabalais's courses include The Craft of Writing, Heroes, French and Creole Louisiana, and Pop Culture of...

Duration:01:10:19

347. Dan Mabry, part 2

1/10/2020
347. Part 2 of our interview with Dan Mabry. About a year ago, Dan started his own podcast in our hometown of Ruston, the Dan Mabry Project. The Idea behind The Dan Mabry Project is "honest conversation, with interesting people". There are no rules here, everyone is welcome, and everyone has a story to tell. I put out a new episode every week! The Louisiana Fur and Wildlife Festival Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on Spotify. Listen on TuneIn. The...

Duration:01:26:46

346. Dan Mabry, part 1

1/5/2020
346. Part 1 of our interview with Dan Mabry. About a year ago, Dan started his own podcast in our hometown of Ruston, the Dan Mabry Project. The Idea behind The Dan Mabry Project is "honest conversation, with interesting people". There are no rules here, everyone is welcome, and everyone has a story to tell. I put out a new episode every week! Wikipedia Twelfth Night “Midnight Jazz on Royal Street with ET.”Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on...

Duration:01:43:35

345. Jeff Barrois on Huey Long, part 2

12/28/2019
345. Bruce's discussion about Huey Long with Jeff Barrois, part 2. Jeff is a fellow podcaster, hosting "Good Morning Comrade," in New Orleans. He is also active in the DSA (Democratic Socialists of Americe), a union activist, and a school teacher in Jefferson Parish. Today he interviews Bruce about Huey Long, his career and politics, and we consider ways that we can tap into the Long legacy today. This interview was originally broadcast on Good Morning Comrade. New Year's Eve In New...

Duration:01:10:27

344. Huey Long Discussion with Jeff Barrois, Part 1

12/20/2019
344. Bruce's discussion about Huey Long with Jeff Barrois, part 1. Jeff is a fellow podcaster, hosting "Good Morning Comrade," in New Orleans. He is also active in the DSA (Democratic Socialists of Americe), a union activist, and a school teacher in Jefferson Parish. Today he interviews Bruce aboutr Huey Long, his career and politics, and we consider ways that we can tap into the Long legacy today. This interview was originally broadcast on Good Morning Comrade. December 2-28, 2019 Listen...

Duration:01:03:00

343. Deb Jannerson, part 2

12/13/2019
343. Part 2 of our interview with Deb Jannerson. Deb is an award-winning author of bildungsroman lit, queer romance, and poetry. Her debut YA book, The Women of Dauphine, is now available from NineStar Press. Her acclaimed poetry collections, Thanks for Nothing (Finishing Line Press, 2018) and Rabbit Rabbit (Finishing Line Press, 2016), are available wherever books are sold. More than one hundred of her pieces have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including viral articles for Bitch....

Duration:01:04:57

342. Deb Jannerson, part 1

12/12/2019
342. Part 1 of our interview with Deb Jannerson. Deb is an award-winning author of bildungsroman lit, queer romance, and poetry. Her debut YA book, The Women of Dauphine, is now available from NineStar Press. Her acclaimed poetry collections, Thanks for Nothing (Finishing Line Press, 2018) and Rabbit Rabbit (Finishing Line Press, 2016), are available wherever books are sold. More than one hundred of her pieces have appeared in anthologies and magazines, including viral articles for Bitch....

Duration:01:11:19

341. Lamar White and Rob Anderson

11/29/2019
341. Lamar White, Jr., editor of the Bayou Brief, visits again to analyze the recent elections in Louisiana. The Bayou Brief had some major scoops this year that influenced the election. Lamar and his reporters serve an important role in bringing out the truth about Louisiana politics. With him is Rob Anderson, who has run for office against Clay Higgins before. Natchitoches Christmas Festival Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google Play. Listen on Spotify. Listen on...

Duration:01:37:00

340. Ed Burcham, part 2

11/22/2019
340. Part 2 of our interview with Ed Burcham about his life and his novel, Feathers of Faith. A young man, disillusioned by a caustic religious upbringing, strays into a self destructive lifestyle. He finds temporary peace in a religion that centers on new age mysticism and tribal ceremonies. He then finds that the spirits that now haunt him can only be driven away by the grace and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. Louisiana Holiday Trail of Lights Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen...

Duration:01:19:11

339. Ed Burcham, part 1

11/16/2019
339. Part 1 of our interview with Ed Burcham about his life and his novel, Feathers of Faith. A young man, disillusioned by a caustic religious upbringing, strays into a self destructive lifestyle. He finds temporary peace in a religion that centers on new age mysticism and tribal ceremonies. He then finds that the spirits that now haunt him can only be driven away by the grace and forgiveness of Jesus Christ. Christmas in Roseland Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher Listen on Google...

Duration:01:23:11