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Chat with Fatima Shaik

Chat with Fatima Shaik

Holly Haney, Arcade Editor April 6, 2022

New Orleans native Fatima Shaik has, by any stretch of the imagination, an incredible range of work. From short stories, essays, children’s novels, new articles: if you can name it, Shaik has written...

Que Vola, NOLA? What’s up, NOLA book cover

Tulane graduate Abigail Isaacoff publishes bilingual children’s book

Megan Roche, Contributing Reporter December 16, 2021

During her time at Tulane University, 2004 graduate Abigail Isaacoff participated in several creative writing workshops. She said the encouragement from her professors helped her grow as a writer....

Separating artists from their art is no easy task.

OPINION | Killing Harry Potter

Doxey Kamara, Intersections Editor December 1, 2021

Death of the Author is a literary theory which argues that an author’s intentions cease to matter the moment their work is published — nothing about the author’s personal life matters when analyzing...

Khadijah Queen (L) and Emma Allen (R)

Evening with Khadijah Queen transports audiences into her world

Asia Thomas, Contributing Reporter November 17, 2021

Within her first 10 minutes on stage, Khadijah Queen was engaging, mesmerizing and moving. Her first piece set the scene for a night of jaw-dropping, beautiful verse ahead and guided audiences to the...

Queer authors to read now

Queer authors to read now

Holly Haney, Staff Reporter October 13, 2021

Akwaeke Emezi Akwaeke Emezi is a nonbinary Nigerian author best known for their debut novel “Freshwater,” as well as “Pet,” “The Death of Vivek Oji,” “Dear Senthuran: A Black Spirit...

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