• 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.