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The Mississippi Gulf Coast

Through more than two hundred stunning photographs, The Mississippi Gulf Coast illustrates what visitors and residents alike love about the region—the sunrises and sunsets; the distinctive character ...

A Past That Won't Rest

By Jim Lucas
Photographs by Jim Lucas
Edited by Jane Hearn
Categories: Mississippi

Contributions by Howard Ball, Peter Edelman, Aram Goudsouzian, Robert E. Luckett Jr. , Ellen B. Meacham, Stanley Nelson, and Charles L. Overby

A Past That Won't Rest: Images of the Civil Rights Movement ...

Discovering Cat Island

By John Cuevas
Photographs by Jason Taylor
Foreword by Delbert Hosemann
Categories: Mississippi

Cat Island, just off the Mississippi Gulf Coast shoreline, has been home to some of the most dramatic events and remarkable stories in the nation's history. While some of these stories are fact, others ...

Chronicle of a Camera

By Norris Pope
Categories: Film Studies

This volume provides a history of the most consequential 35mm motion picture camera introduced in North America in the quarter century following the Second World War: the Arriflex 35. It traces the North ...

Unveiling the Muse

By Howard Philips Smith
Foreword by Henri Schindler
Categories: Louisiana

Traditional Carnival has been well documented with a vast array of books published on the subject. However, few of them, if any, mention gay Carnival krewes or the role of gay Carnival within the larger ...

Live from the Mississippi Delta

Live from the Mississippi Delta showcases a rare collection of photographs and stories about musicians from Robert Plant, B. B. King, and ZZ Top to local guitarists playing gigs on the weekend. Panny Flautt ...


By R. Kim Rushing
Foreword by Mark Goodman
Categories: Mississippi

Constructed in 1904, the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman covers 20,000 acres, forty-six square miles, in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. Originally designed like a private plantation without ...

The Land of Rowan Oak

By Ed Croom
Afterword by Donald M. Kartiganer
Categories: Photography

The plants and landscape at Rowan Oak are the “little postage stamp of soil” that William Faulkner owned, walked, and tended for over thirty years during the writing of many of his short stories and ...

Chenier Plain

Richard B. Crowell chronicles the history and economic development of a region in southwest Louisiana defined by unique geologic formations and distinguished by its position beneath the Mississippi flyway. ...

Talking New Orleans Music

In New Orleans, music screams. It honks. It blats. It wails. It purrs. It messes with time. It messes with pitch. It messes with your feet. It messes with your head. One musician leads to another; traditions ...