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"The difference between Buster Voodoo and too many other tales of terror is its big heart, its generosity of spirit. In Dixon Green, Mason James Cole has created a highly nuanced, deeply felt character who will stick in your memory as much as his vivid descriptions of Hurricane Katrina and its grim aftermath will, as much as what lurks in Empty House and Marie Laveau's Zombie Nightmare will. -Jack Ketchum, author of Off Seaon.

Camilla Hunt Cole has published a Southern Gothic psychological mystery concerning a 17-year-old Chloe Bernard who is trapped with her four colorful aunts in her family’s sinister antebellum home by horrors her forefathers committed there more than 100 years before.

Phil Brady of Alabama, who lived in New Orleans for a time, has written "The Clarke County Democracts." The Democrats are a semipro baseball team playing from west Alabama in the early 1920's. Although baseball is the background, the narrative is driven by the relationship between Leonard Cassity, who is about 22, and his newlywed wife Frances.

"Butterfly in the Typewriter" by Cory McLauchlin is one of the 50 books honored for its cover in the 2012 50 Books 50 Covers contest by Design Observer.

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11 Literary Landmarks of New Orleans (And Books to Read Before Visiting)

Faulkner House Books in New Orleans was home to the author in the 1920s. Now the store specializes in used books, as well as some rare and first editions.

Junior League of Baton Rouge, LA | 1959 published this cookbook, but just about every kitchen at home in New Orleans had a copy. We did.