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The Reading Life With Nancy Goldstone, Amy Kirk Duvoisin And Wayne Everard


This week on The Reading Life: Nancy Goldstone, author of The Maid and the Queen: The Secret History of Joan of Arc, and Amy Kirk Duvoisin, founder of the Joan of Arc Project and captain of the Krewe d Jeanne d’Arc, talk about the fifth annual Salon de Jeanne D’Arc. It's coming up Saturday, Sept. 20, from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Danna Center at Loyola University, hosted by the Loyola Medieval Studies program.

Archivist Wayne Everard talks about curating a new exhibit at the New Orleans Public Library’s Main Library, From Common and Basin to Tulane and Loyola: 150 years of Change in Our Neighborhood.

The Reading Life in 2010, Susan Larson was the book editor for The New Orleans Times-Picayune from 1988-2009. She has served on the boards of the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival and the New Orleans Public Library. She is the founder of the New Orleans chapter of the Women's National Book Association, which presents the annual Diana Pinckley Prizes for Crime Fiction.. In 2007, she received the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities lifetime achievement award for her contributions to the literary community. She is also the author of The Booklover's Guide to New Orleans. If you run into her in a local bookstore or library, she'll be happy to suggest something you should read. She thinks New Orleans is the best literary town in the world, and she reads about a book a day.