Louisiana Anthology Podcast

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The podcast about Louisiana literature, history, and culture, from its roots until now.

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🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-11-27 11:41
last episode published
2017-11-25 02:44
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Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne owner   author  
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Number of Episodes
57
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
25.11.2017

236. Matt Karp. "This Vast Southern Empire."

236. This week, we interview Matt Karp about his book, This Vast Southern Empire. For pro slavery leaders like John C. Calhoun and Jefferson Davis, the nineteenth-century world was torn between two hostile forces: a rising move...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
18.11.2017

235. Johnette Downing, part 2

235. Part 2 of our interview with Johnette Downing. Johnette is a New Orleans multi-award winning musician, singer and author presenting Louisiana Roots concerts and author visits for children, as well as keynotes and workshops f...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
11.11.2017

234. Johnette Downing, part 1

234. Part 1 of our interview with Johnette Downing. Johnette is a New Orleans multi-award winning musician, singer and author presenting Louisiana Roots concerts and author visits for children, as well as keynotes and workshops for educators global...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
4.11.2017

233. Jeroen Dewulf, part 2

233. Part 2 of our interview of Jeroen Dewulf. Jeroen has a new book about New Orleans, From the Kingdom of Kongo to Congo Square: Kongo Dances and the Origins of the Mardi Gras Indians. Jeroen presents a provo...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
28.10.2017

232 Jeroen Dewulf, part 1

232. Part 1 of our interview of Jeroen Dewulf. Jeroen has a new book about New Orleans, From the Kingdom of Kongo to Congo Square: Kongo Dances and the Origins of the Mardi Gras Indians. Jeroen presents a provoc...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
21.10.2017

231. Lamar White

231. Lamar White joins us to discuss the fall elections in Louisiana. He also gives us an update on his new project, The Bayou Brief. For more than eleven years, Lamar White, Jr. published CenLamar, one of Louisiana’s most acclaimed and...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
14.10.2017

230. Andrei Codrescu

230. We interview poet Andrei Codrescu. He was born in Sibiu, Transylvania, Romania, and emigrated to the United States in 1966. He is the author of numerous books: poems, novels, and essays. He founded Exquisite Corpse: a Journ...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
7.10.2017

229. Richard Campanella

229. We talk to Richard Campanella about his book, Bourbon Street: A History. New Orleans is a city of many storied streets, but only one conjures up as much unbridled passion as it does fervent hatred, simultaneously polarizing...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
30.09.2017

228. Chris Trew

228. We interview Chris Trew, New Orleans comedian. Chris is a nationally touring comedian, rapper, actor, improv teacher and professional wrestling manager. He’s performed at tons of comedy festivals and is a founding member of...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
23.09.2017

227. Fatima Shaik

227. Our interview with Fatima Shaik. Fatima is an American writer of children’s and adult literature, and former journalist. Her literature explores the human spirit and the intersection of cultures, notably themes of family, c...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
16.09.2017

226. Anne Butler

226. This week's interview is with Anne Butler.  Anne is a native of St. Francisville and operates a bed and breakfast at the Butler Greenwood Plantation, which has been in her family since the 1790s. Motivated by her love of culture, she has reache...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
9.09.2017

225. Kent Wascom, part 2

225. Listen to part 2 of our interview with Kent Wascom. Kent has written The Blood of Heaven and Secessia. These are historical novels following a family from the Florida Parishes. They follow the adventures of Angel Woolsack,...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
2.09.2017

224. Kent Wascom, Part 1

224. Listen to part 1 of our interview with Kent Wascom. Kent has written The Blood of Heaven and Secessia. These are historical novels following a family from the Florida Parishes. They follow the adventures of Angel Woolsack,...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
26.08.2017

223. Tanya Erzen on "God in Captivity"

223. We interview Tanya Erzen about her book God in Captivity, focusing on religion in Louisiana prisons and jails. It is by now well known that the United States’ incarceration rate is the highest in the world. What is not broadly understood...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
19.08.2017

222. Tim Reid of Frank's Place, Jason Hackworth.

222. We interview Tim Reid, star of Frank's Place and Treme. Both series were groundbreaking in their approach, and both were unusual in their efforts to portray New Orleans accurately. Tim Reid was in the cast of both of these extraordinary series.   ...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
12.08.2017

221. Jason Hackworth. Faith Based, part 1

221. Part 1 of our interview with Jason Hackworth on neoliberalism and the Christian response to Katrina. His book Faith Based explores how the Religious Right has supported neoliberalism in the United States, br...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
5.08.2017

220. Joseph Dunn, part 2

220. Part 2 of our interview with Joseph Dunn, French scholar and activist. Joseph works to keep French alive in Louisiana. He calls French, Spanish, Creole, and Native American languages “heritage” languages and works to preserve th...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
29.07.2017

219. Joseph Dunn, part 1.

219. Part 1 of our interview with Joseph Dunn, French scholar and activist. Joseph works to keep French alive in Louisiana. He calls French, Spanish, Creole, and Native American languages “heritage” languages and works to preserve th...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
21.07.2017

218. Jack McGuire, part 2

218. Part 2 of our interview with Jack McGuire about Earl Long. Jack's new book Win the Race or Die Trying: Uncle Earl's Last Hurrah tells the story of the last year of Long's life and the campaign that he waged and ...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
15.07.2017

217. Jack McGuire, part 1

217. Part 1 of our interview with Jack McGuire about Earl Long. Jack's new book Win the Race or Die Trying: Uncle Earl's Last Hurrah tells the story of the last year of Long's life and the campaign that he waged and ...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
8.07.2017

216. Sam Hyde

216. We interview historian Sam Hyde about the Florida Parishes. Sam is a history professor at Southeastern Louisiana University who specializes in Louisiana history, especially the Florida Parishes and West Florida. He has writ...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
1.07.2017

215. Katherine Bentley Jeffrey

215. We interview Katherine Bentley Jeffrey, editor of Two Civil Wars: The Curious Shared Journal of a Baton Rouge School Girl and a Sailor on the USS Essex. Two Civil Wars is both an edition of an unusual Civil War era doub...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
23.06.2017

214. Tyler Bridges. Long Shot.

214. We interview Tyler Bridges, co-author of Long Shot. This recent book is the story of Louisiana’s 2015 race for governor — but the story of John Bel Edwards’ improbable victory over David Vitter holds lessons for candidates and vote...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
17.06.2017

213. Arlie Hochschild. Strangers in their own Land.

213. We interview Arlie Hochshild. A sociologist in Berkeley, Arlie spent 5 years with people near Lake Charles to try to understand the attitude of the Tea Party voter. The result of her study, Strangers in Their Own Land is a New York Times ...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
10.06.2017

212. Wayne Self. "Upstairs."

212. We interview Wayne Self about his musical Upstairs about the UpStairs Lounge Fire. The UpStairs Lounge arson attack took place on June 24, 1973 at a gay bar located in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Thirty-two people died as a resul...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
3.06.2017

211. Kevin Cutrer. "Lord's Own Anointed."

211. We interview writer Kevin Cutrer about his book of poetry, Lord’s Own Anointed. Kevin is from Kentwood, LA, in the north end of Tangipahoa Parish. He has lived in South America, and now resides in the southernmost n...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
27.05.2017

210. Lamar White. Alexandria History

210. We talk to Lamar White, activist and journalist, about the history of his hometown, Alexandria. Lamar runs the CenLemar blog.  He is also in the process of starting The Bayou Brief, which will be the first and only ...
Bruce R. Magee & Stephen Payne author
20.05.2017

209. Ambata Kazi-Nance

209. Weinterview New Orleans writerAmbata Kazi-Nance. Ambata writes from the perspective of an African-American woman who is also Muslim, living in a city and a culture that don't always know what to make of these charact...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
13.05.2017

208. Sam Irwin. Crawfish, part 2

208. Part 2 of ourinterview with Sam Irwin. Sam is the author of Louisiana Crawfish: A Succulent History of the Cajun Crustacean. Sam Irwin is a freelance photojournalist living in Baton Rouge. He is a native of Breaux Bridge, the Crawfish ...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
6.05.2017

207. Sam Irwin. Crawfish, part 1.

207. Part 1 of ourinterview with Sam Irwin. Sam is the author of Louisiana Crawfish: A Succulent History of the Cajun Crustacean. Sam Irwin is a freelance photojournalist living in Baton Rouge. He is a native of Breaux Bridge, the Crawfish ...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
29.04.2017

206. Lake Douglas, part 2

206. Part 2 of ourinterview with Lake Douglas. Lake is an associate professor of landscape architecture and associate dean of research and development at the LSU College of Art&amp; Design. He wroteGardens of New Orleans: Ex...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
22.04.2017

205. Lake Douglas, part 1

205.  Part 1 of ourinterview with Lake Douglas.  Lake is associate professor of landscape architecture and associate dean of research and development at the LSU College of Art&amp; Design. He wroteGardens of New Orleans: Exquisite Excess with Jeanett...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
16.04.2017

204. Dylan Waguespack, part 2. Corrected

204. Dylan Waguespackinterview, part 2. Dylan is the Outreach and Communications Coordinator at Louisiana Budget Project working on tax reform for a fair, adequate and sustainable state budget. A young professional with a backgr...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
15.04.2017

204. Dylan Waguespack, part 2.

204. Dylan Waguespackinterview, part 2. Dylan is the Outreach and Communications Coordinator at Louisiana Budget Project working on tax reform for a fair, adequate and sustainable state budget. A young professional with a backgr...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
8.04.2017

203. Dylan Waguespack, part 1.

203. Part 1 of ourinterview with Dylan Waguespack. Dylan is the Outreach and Communications Coordinator atLouisiana Budget Project working on tax reform for a fair, adequate and sustainable state budget. A young professional with...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
1.04.2017

202. Emily Clark, part 2.

202. Part 2 of ourinterview with Emily Clark about her research on Ursuline nuns and free women of color. We finish interviewing Emily about her book,Masterless Mistresses: The New Orleans Ursulines and the Development of a New Worl...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
25.03.2017

201. Emily Clark, part 1

201. Emily Clark, part 1. Weinterview Emily about her book,Masterless Mistresses: The New Orleans Ursulines and the Development of a New World Society, 1727-1834. Emily was the first secular historian allow...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
18.03.2017

200. Kim Vaz Deville. The Baby Dolls

200. Weinterview Kim Vaz Deville, author ofThe "Baby Dolls": Breaking the Race and Gender Barriers of the New Orleans Mardi Gras Tradition. One of the first women’s organizations to mask and perform during Mardi Gras, th...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
11.03.2017

199. Adam Rothman

199. Weinterview Adam Rothman about his book,Beyond Freedom's Reach.Born into slavery in rural Louisiana, Rose Herera was bought and sold several times before being purchased by the De Hart family of New Orleans. Still a slave, ...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
4.03.2017

198. Michael McHale

198. Weinterview Michael McHale, 1st Vice Chair,Louisiana Democratic Party.We talk about Democratic prospects in Louisiana, and about how average citizens can become involved. He has been active in Democratic politics all of his life. He has been on ...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
25.02.2017

197. Lolis Elie, Part 2.

197. Part 2 of ourinterview with Lolis Eric Elie. Lolis is a New-Orleans born, Los-Angeles based writer and filmmaker. He wrote for the HBO seriesTreme. Working with the award-winning director Dawn Logsdon, he co- produced and wrote ...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
18.02.2017

196. Lolis Eric Elie, Part 1

196. Part 1 of ourinterview with Lolis Eric Elie. Lolis is a New-Orleans born, Los-Angeles based writer and filmmaker. He wrote for the HBO seriesTreme. Working with the award-winning director Dawn Logsdon, he co- produced and wrote ...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
11.02.2017

195. JB Borders IV, part 2

195. Part 2 of ourinterview with J. B. Borders IV.  Borders has written the book,Marking Time, Making Place: An Essential Chronology of Blacks in New Orleans Since 1718. Considered the birthplace of jazz and gum...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
4.02.2017

194. J.B. Borders IV, part 1

194. Part 1 of ourinterview with J. B. Borders IV.  Borders has written the book,Marking Time, Making Place: An Essential Chronology of Blacks in New Orleans Since 1718. Considered the birthplace of jazz and gum...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
28.01.2017

193. Sean Patrick Donlan

193. Weinterview Sean Patrick Donlan. Sean was born in Hammond and educated in Louisiana and Ireland and taught in Ireland, as well as in Canada, France, Italy, and Malta. He is currently an Associate Professor of Law and the De...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
20.01.2017

192. Debbie Lynn Hollis and Lamar White

192. Wetalk to Debbie Lynn Hollis and Lamar White about how to remain hopeful and active in the present political situation. Debbie has organized aWomen's March in Shreveport/Bossier for this Saturday at 3:00 p.m. It will take place at the Caddo Parish...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
14.01.2017

191. Kelby Ouchley. Bayou Diversity.

191. Ourinterview with Kelby Ouchley. Perhaps best known for his radio series and book by the same title,Bayou Diversity, Kelby worked as a biologist, federal game warden, and manager of National Wildlife Refuges for 30 years, m...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
7.01.2017

190. Nancy Dixon, part 2. New Orleans Anthology.

190. Part 2 of ourinterview with Nancy Dixon. An ambitious new volume,N.O. Lit: 200 Years of New Orleans Literature, collects short fiction and plays that reflect the city’s literary history, from Paul Louis LeBlanc de V...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
31.12.2016

189. Nancy Dixon. New Orlean Anthology, part 1

189. Part 1 of ourinterview with Nancy Dixon. An ambitious new volume,N.O. Lit: 200 Years of New Orleans Literature, collects short fiction and plays that reflect the city’s literary history, from Paul Louis LeBlanc de V...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author
24.12.2016

188. Matthew Randazzo V, part 2

188. Part 2 of ourinterviewwith Matthew Randazzo V about his bookMr. New Orleans. Wiseguys called him "the Keith Richards of the American Mafia" and JFK hero Jim Garrison denounced him as "one of the most notorious vice ...
Bruce R. Magee& Stephen Payne author