Zora Hurston

“I have landed here in the kingdom of Marie Laveau and expect to wear her crown someday – Conjure Queen as you suggested.” So starts a letter from Zora to famous black poet and writer, Langston Hughes, in 1928. Zora spent months in New Orleans and other parts of Louisiana researching the life and work … Read moreZora Hurston

House of Horror

“Ghosts!” Constable Jack Belden snorted, disgusted. “Haunted houses! Baloney! You remind me of a country kid at a spook movie.” Dr. Howard turned from studying the contorted body on the floor And you, Constable, re-mind me of a stubborn mule. Five times in thelast four years some poor vagrant or tramp has crawled into this … Read moreHouse of Horror