Last week, Sacred Trespasses had the pleasure to sit down with novelist Jacinta Halloran. In this installment of On Air, she speaks about and reads from her third and latest novel, The Science of Appearances.
When Kent Wascom published his debut novel, The Blood of Heaven, in 2013, readers witnessed the arrival of a visionary writer, one in his twenties but already likened to Faulkner and Cormac McCarthy.
In this installment of On Air, he discusses and reads from his latest novel, Secessia, set in Civil War New Orleans.
Earlier this year, Peter Cooley became Louisiana’s newest poet laureate. The Detroit native who calls New Orleans home has, over the past decades, become a beloved figure in the fabric of Louisiana literature. In this installment of On Air, Peter Cooley reads his post-Katrina poems from Night Bus to the Afterlife.