Hunters by M. Krockmalnik Grabois The gold stars embroidered on the Virgin’s blue robe fell to the ground and wherever they landed a corn stalk grew Deer came and ate the corn and as they digested they became enlightened They went into the fields They approached deer stands where hunters chewed tobacco and drank bourbon […]

Louisiana names its first French-language poet laureate

Louisiana names its first French-language poet laureate “The Council for the Development of French in Louisiana (CODOFIL) in partnership with the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities (LEH) and the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism (CRT) has named Zachary Richard as its first Poète Lauréat de la Louisiane Française. Richard was selected for the honorary […]

A Long Queue

A Long Queue Kim Farleigh A long queue inside the grounds fed the centre court, this after a three-hour wait outside the complex just to get in, roaring crowds on other courts provoking: Should I go to another court? Is this waiting to watch on the centre court worth it? People sat when the queue […]