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We’re in Austin for the Society for the Study of Southern Literature conference this weekend. Feels like home! #SSSL2018 #whiskey #eudorawelty

Need a hot date tonight? We’ve got you covered. #ReadUP #ValentinesDay

Happy Mardi Gras! Get your #FatTuesday on with the fabulous UNVEILING THE MUSE: THE LOST HISTORY OF GAY CARNIVAL IN NEW ORLEANS 💜💛💚

We love this photo of @jmalcolmwhite and @gingerwilliamscook signing fresh copies of THE ARTFUL EVOLUTION OF HAL & MAL’s at @lemuriabooks! We can’t wait for y’all to get your hands on a copy!! #newrelease

#OTD in 1953 Ralph Ellison became the first African American to win the #NationalBookAward for his novel INVISIBLE MAN. #BlackHistoryMonth

NEW ORLEANS! Don’t miss Howard Philips Smith talk about UNVEILING THE MUSE: THE LOST HISTORY OF GAY CARNIVAL IN NEW ORLEANS tonight! Details below.
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Traditional Carnival has been well documented with a vast array of books, but often forgotten is gay Carnival. Author Howard Philips Smith worked to remedy this disparity and conducted a lot of his research here at the Williams Research Center, where #THNOC maintains a large collection of ephemera from gay Mardi Gras krewes such as the ball invitations shown in the photo. He will give a presentation on his work tonight at 6 p.m. then sign copies of his book, “Unveiling the Muse: The Lost History of Gay Carnival,” which will be available for purchase for $50. The program will take place at the Williams Research Center, 410 Chartres St. and is free and open to the public. #WRCwednesdays #gaymardigras #mardigrasball #visitthnoc
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Invitations: gifts of Mr. Tracy Hendrix

“There isn’t anything under the sun a man can do that a woman couldn’t do better.” —Fannye Cook, who made a special appearance at #historyislunch today!

Today we’re remembering the brilliant life and work of Ursula K. Le Guin. Her words will always be with us.

Happy #BookFaceFriday from our Mississippi biographies! #googleartsandculture

Remembering Denise LaSalle (1939–2018). We will miss you! (Photo by Panny Mayfield)

“Use your words, give your best, and remember the love of friends.” —Eudora Welty, THE SHOE BIRD. Happy #NationalBirdDay!

Libby Hartfield and Marion Barnwell stopped by the press to sign copies of FANNYE COOK: MISSISSIPPI’S PIONEERING CONSERVATIONIST for Wildlife Mississippi!

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