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A.D.: New Orleans After The Deluge



Just another SMITH Magazine weblog



Published: Fri, 08 Sep 2017 02:46:49 +0000

 



3135 Calhoun St. and the A.D. cosmic connection

Thu, 05 May 2016 19:26:18 +0000

[cross-posted from Josh Neufeld's blog...] Crescent City Comics has just opened a second location, moving its flagship store to 3135 Calhoun Street, near Tulane University in New Orleans. (There’s a nice little article about the new store here, which features a time-lapse video of their logo being painted in giant scale on their ceiling.) That address, 3135 Calhoun, is [...]



AD10K

Fri, 28 Aug 2015 19:24:28 +0000

[cross-posted from Josh Neufeld's blog] I’m often asked by A.D. readers about the story’s real-life subjects: Denise, Leo & Michelle, Hamid & Mansell, Kwame/Kevin, and The Doctor . The answer is I’ve been in touch with all of them, to varying degrees, over the years, and for the most part they’re doing well. So, with Hurricane Katrina’s [...]



The Doctor corrects the record about post-Katrina floodwaters

Fri, 06 Feb 2015 20:24:13 +0000

Poor beseiged NBC News anchor Brian Williams! First he “mis-remembered” whether his helicopter was shot down over Iraq. Now he’s in trouble for wild claims he made in the wake of Katrina. Here’s A.D.’s very own Doctor Brobson Lutz responding to one such claim on Salon.com:



“SuperStorm Stories” on Medium

Wed, 30 Oct 2013 16:02:17 +0000

[cross-posted from Josh Neufeld's blog] In commemoration of Hurricane Sandy’s one-year anniversary, Medium is debuting “SuperStorm Stories: A Red Hook Family” (part one), a piece I reported and drew about a Brooklyn family’s experiences during the storm and its aftermath. This segment specifically deals with the family’s love of books (and music), and the horror of [...]



A.D. Academic Links

Thu, 30 May 2013 18:25:30 +0000

I just stumbled upon a long essay about A.D. in the new book Comics and the U.S. South, edited by Brannon Costello and Qiana J. Whitted (University Press of Mississippi, 2012). The essay, “A Re-Vision of the Record: The Demands of Reading Josh Neufeld’s A.D.: New Orleans After the Deluge,” is by Anthony Dyer Hoefer, [...]



A.D.: NYC

Mon, 05 Nov 2012 23:51:48 +0000

[cross-posted from Josh Neufeld's blog] It’s been a week since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast and I’m just now coming to understand how devastating the impact was. A good part of the reason for this disconnect is that I am currently living in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for the Knight-Wallace journalism fellowship. (One of the conditions [...]



Leo’s Hurricane Isaac Report

Mon, 03 Sep 2012 03:20:13 +0000

From our very own Leo McGovern, the self-same Leo of A.D. fame, updating us on how he and Michelle weathered Hurricane Isaac, which endangered New Orleans right on the seventh anniversary of Katrina… We’re all fine and got through the hurricane relatively unscathed. Our power was turned back on Friday evening, so we’re just getting resettled [...]



A lyrical look at New Orleans, 6 Years After Katrina

Tue, 01 Nov 2011 15:22:32 +0000

“For New Orleans,” Wendy Rodrigue’s reflection on the state of New Orleans, illustrated with photos by George Rodrigue and Tony Bernard.



“The Persistence of Memory…”

Fri, 20 Aug 2010 19:02:02 +0000

Submitted for your approval is "The Persistence of Memory…". The one-pager was "commissioned" by A.D. character Leo McGovern, who recently published Feast, an anthology of comics by New Orleanians and a few invited others, like Caesar Meadows, Happy Burbeck, and Jeff Pastorek; as well as out-of-towners like Josh Simmons and myself. You can buy a [...]



23 Feet in 12 Minutes: The Death and Rebirth of New Orleans

Thu, 19 Aug 2010 01:30:43 +0000

What looks like an amazing one-woman play about New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina will debut next week at the New York Fringe Festival. Written by Mari Brown, 23 Feet in 12 Minutes: The Death and Rebirth of New Orleans follows six real-life New Orleans characters whose lives were irrevocably changed by the storm. Their [...]