The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Book Tent is staffed by the New Orleans Gulf South Booksellers Association. All proceeds go to local literacy programs.
Sunday, April 26
“WALKING NEW ORLEANS”: 1 p.m. Barri Bronston signs her book of 30 tours exploring historic neighborhoods, waterfront districts, culinary and music corridors and recreational wonderlands.
“UNIVERSAL TONE — BRING MY STORY TO LIGHT, CARLOS SANTANA”: 3 p.m., Ashley Kahn, a contributor, signs Santana’s autobiography.
“LITTLE MISS DANCEY PANTS”: 4 p.m., Kourtni Mason’s book promotes self-expression and encourages children to embrace their creativity.
Thursday, April 30
“DOING THE DEVIL’S WORK”: 1 p.m. Bill Loehfelm signs his third chapter in the Maureen Coughlin series.
“ADVENTURES OF SWAMP KIDS —A ZOO TA-DO”: 2 p.m. Leif Pedersen signs the third book in his children’s series.
“LOST NEW ORLEANS”: 3 p.m. Richard Campanella signs his nostalgic journey back in time to visit the lost sites of the Crescent City in all their grandeur.
Friday, May 1
“FLOOD OF IMAGES — MEDIA, MEMORY AND HURRICANE KATRINA”: 1 p.m. Bernie Cook signs his book about the effects of the storm.
“A BIG EASY CHILDHOOD — MEMORIES OF GROWING UP IN ENCHANTED NEW ORLEANS”: 3 p.m. Guy Lyman III signs his nostalgic look at growing up in a city unlike any other.
“On Hwy. 61 — Race, Music and the evolution of cultural freedom”: 4 p.m. Dennis McNally signs his book that explores the historical context of the significant social dissent that was central to the cultural genesis of the ’60s.
Saturday, May 2
“MY SUNSHINE AWAY”: noon. M.O.Walsh signs his book about the darker side of Southern suburbia.
“GOOD NIGHT CAJUN LAND”: 1 p.m., Cornell Landry signs his endearing bedtime book for all ages.
“FIVES AND TWENTY-FIVES”: 2 p.m. Michael Pitre signs his tome about the intersection of military and civilian life.
“TROMBONE SHORTY”: 3 p.m. Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews and Bryan Collier sign the illustrated book about Andrews and his rise to fame.
Sunday, May 3
“NEW ORLEANS — BOOM AND BLACKOUT”: 1 p.m. Brian Boyles signs his book about the events leading up to the infamous Super Bowl blackout at the Superdome.
“FIFOLET”: 2 p.m. Johnette Downing signs her tale about the Cajun legend.