Deb Burst

The Hotel Monteleone is celebrating its 125th anniversary and since 1999 has owned the title of Literary Landmark awarded by the American Library Associati
The current exhibit at the Historic New Orleans Collection showcases "The 18th Star: Treasures from 200 Years of Louisiana Statehood." On display until January 29, 2012, the exhibit highlights keepsak
Pamela Binnings Ewen has crafted another masterpiece that explores
real-life drama spun deep inside historical fiction.
After a well rehearsed tour of the historic Palmer House in Stonington, Connecticut, I felt compelled to take pictures
of a rambling stone fence.
The Journey Through Hallowed Ground (JTHG) follows the footsteps of our founding fathers in a 180-mile journey along a four-state region, Pennsylvania, Dela
Hank Holland has lived with Cerebral Palsy all his life, but today he finds salvation inside a canvas living with his family in the twilight landscapes of Lockport, Louisiana.
I adore New York, and after reading the new issue of Fine Books & Collection highlighting the city and the New York Antiquarian Book Fair, it brought back fond memories of my fist visit with my da
While we're led to believe any job is better than no job, young twenty-something Laura Dodd, a New Orleans native, had a different opinion.
The New Orleans Tennessee Williams Literary Festival was a huge success staying true to  Williams' relentless drive for perfection.