Friday, July 11, 2014

60. Interview with Dayne Sherman, Author of Welcome to Fallen Paradise.

60.  We interview Dayne Sherman, the author of Welcome to the Fallen Paradise, which is a critically-acclaimed novel. Sherman works as a librarian in Louisiana, and lives with his wife and son.  Baxter Parish, Louisiana, is a bloody place where family tradition is stronger than law, and pride is more valuable than life. Jesse Tadlock returns home to claim his inheritance, but that means he must find a way to stand up to a neighbor, even if it means losing everything to the fires of pride.
Dayne Sherman online links:
Web & Social Media: http://daynesherman.com/
Talk About the South Blog: http://daynesherman.blogspot.com/
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  1. This week in Louisiana history.  July 14, 1937 First piling driven for N.O. Charity Hospital
  2. This week in New Orleans history. The Louisiana Superdome hosted the Rolling Stones '78 Tour on Thursday, July 13, 1978.  Tickets cost $12.50 -- General Admission.
  3. This week in Louisiana.    July 18-19.   Natchitoches/NSU Folk Festival The 35th annual festival is "Celebrating Louisiana's Folk Heritage" with Cajun music and dance lessons, a state fiddle championships, children's activities, arts and crafts, plus three stages of music including bluegrass, gospel, rock and jazz. The Louisiana State Fiddle Championship will be held on Saturday (July 19). Admission: 2014 pricing TBA. Prather Coliseum, NSU.
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