We’re getting ahead of ourselves: How best to read The New Yorker?
You’ll want to know about The New Orleans Review, a publication dedicated to the best of Louisiana.
The Times’ own Mark Siegel and David M. Sanger both wrote for The New Review, which will soon have a new home at The New England Review.
(The two have been at it together for more than 30 years.)
Siegel has written a history of the New Orleans literary scene, as well as a book about the city’s food scene, which includes a cookbook called “A Taste of New Orleans.”
The New World Review, on the other hand, focuses on the region’s literary tradition, and it’s got some good stories.
Here are Siegel’s best books, plus some more recent offerings.