Friday, April 5, 2019

And in the Advocate





Pelican Publishing is now Arcadia Publishing




Current Pelican authors include roots musician Johnette Downing, who's written a series of children's books, and Laura Dragon, author if award-winning "Hurricane Boy."

Thursday, April 4, 2019

Pelican Publishing has been sold.

Pelican Publishing has been sold.

To Arcadia Publishing.

So my Publisher Pelican Publishing got sold today to Arcadia Publishing. They made an announcement about it, each giving a sample of the books they published and my book was one of the ones my Publisher put up.

So cool.

About Pelican Publishing

Since 1926, Pelican Publishing Company has been committed to publishing books of quality and permanence that enrich the lives of those who read them. In the ninety-three years since publishing William Faulkner and William Spratling’s Sherwood Anderson and Other Creole Characters, Pelican has continued to push the perceptions of Southern publishing while remaining focused on stories of interest to generations of readers. Whether it be moments of local history revealed in books such as An Oral History of the New Orleans Ninth Ward, flavorful regional dishes celebrated on the pages of In a While, Crocodile, entertaining and educational stories for children such as Hurricane Boy, or musical profiles of the area’s most talented artists in fascinating titles including Louisiana Rocks!, Pelican publishes it all for today’s market. With a strong internship program that has nurtured many in the next generation of publishing, Pelican has made its mark on the greater world of publishing.

https://www.arcadiapublishing.com/
https://www.pelicanpub.com/

Sunday, January 6, 2019


So, I know I'm late to the whole New Year's Resolution thing this year, but my hope is to have at least a third book up on my blog this year. I'm working on two projects so we'll see.

Fingers crossed.

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Gilbert Worthy AKA Mr. Red

 Gilbert Worthy. My very good friend and person who made me feel safer at work than anyone else. The character Mr. Red in Hurricane Boy was based on the lovely Gilbert. He came to Hollis's aid in the same way I saw him come to patient after patient's aid at work. He is gone now, but his legend still lives. I am grateful to have known him.

Saturday, October 21, 2017

The Land of Rowan Oak: An Exploration of Falkner's Natural World.


Ed Croom, a Botanist and Photographer took this photo for Cheryl Mathis and I because he felt it would fit the book we're currently working on. He's right. It does.


This is Ed Crooms Book.
There are many more gorgeous and evocative pictures inside of it. A kind and talented man.


Thursday, September 22, 2016

October 1 Zombie Night at Barnes and Noble in Metairie, LA.


Metairie Barnes and Noble on October 1, me and several Bayou Bogeyman authors, Cheryl McGoey Mathis, Gary G Alipio, Pat Hefler, Sue D. Houston, Julie Gonzalez, Virginia Howard, will be running all over Barnes and Noble signing books. There will apparently be Zombies as well.

Cool.










Monsters                                                                                          Authors



La Petite Tea Room


Spooky Story Time at the La Petite Tea Room – for children 7 yrs old and up. The Bayou Bogeyman Presents: Hoodoo and Voodoo. This book reading and tea party will include dress-up, specially themed crafting, story-time, snacks, tea-time, and more! Cost is $15 per child. Reservations only. Call 504-733-1001 for more details. – Friday, October 14, 4:30pm.


I'll be there reading and signing.