Tag Archives: J.S. Bossier

A Long Shot…

This is a long shot, I know. But there is no harm in putting it out there. I have been surprised by some of the response to the Mascot. Either: A. People emailing me with questions. B. People emailing me … Continue reading

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Et tu, Al Rose?

It is well known that Al Rose’s book “Storyville, New Orleans,” published in 1974, is the premier book on Storyville. It’s the book that started it all. It contains some amazing interviews, and a plethora of photographs and advertisements from … Continue reading

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Bringing the Dread

I am beginning to get the sense that when I approach the same brilliant librarians all over the city, upon seeing me with my arms full of papers and books and a look of confused determination, their chests tighten, their … Continue reading

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Bossier on the brain

J.S. Bossier, you are on my mind. I┬áthink about you in the moments of soft denial that I can remain in bed wrapped in a homemade quilt and the assumption that the day will wait for me. I think about … Continue reading

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