Love in the Time of Cholera Gabriel Garcia Marquez Paperback | Oct 2007 6 in store$16.95
Local author, John M. Barry's timely book will scare the living daylights out of you. You will never forget to wash your wands after use.
Great Influenza John Barry Paperback | Nov 2005 2 in store (remainder) $15.95
Flu Gina Kolata Paperback | Jan 2001 25 in store (remainder) $9.50
Chronicles some of Dylan's time in New Orleans.
Bob Dylan Chronicles Bob Dylan Paperback | Oct 2005 4 in store (remainder) $10.99
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Care (and Self-Care) Packages
Reach out while "social distancing" by sending Booklover Care Packages to friends, family, co-workers, employees—anyone at all, including yourself! Because when a reader is stuck at home, what's better than a book waiting for you on your porch, by mail or if you are in New Orleans, we'll even hand deliver to you - carefully, of course. Choose from our curated inventory.
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The ZeitgeistSee more
The Spirit of the Times
FEATURE BOOK OF OUR NEIGHBORHOODSee more
The Faubourg Marigny of New Orleans
authored by Scott S. Ellis
“An important, distinctive neighborhood that also stands as a sort of microcosm for the city’s evolution, the Faubourg Marigny receives in this book the historical consideration it so well deserves. Scott S. Ellis takes us on a block-by-block, conflict-by-conflict journey stretching from early Creole society to the rise of Frenchmen Street as a cultural mecca.”—Brian Boyles, publisher, Louisiana Cultural Vistas
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Jason Marsalis [Our most recent event before lockdown- March 15, 2020]See more
Location: Frenchmen Art & Books - New Orleans, La. Jason’s gig at Carnegie Hall was canceled 3 days prior to our event. Jason's lovely wife, Kaya, working part-time at our bookstore, was the influencer that landed us a wonderful afternoon of entertainment at the bookstore. This was our last event before the City of New Orleans shut down all non-essential businesses the next day. We streamed it on FaceTime and captured Jason playing the vibraphone - see link below.