FLOODWALL stands on its own feet till 13 of October in Baton Rouge, LA.


    • turdpolisher on July 23, 2007 at 2:05 pm
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    Thanks for stopping by Turdpolisher. As you can tell by the post, I really enjoyed the exhibit. And that’s unusual for me, sepecially after spending so much time covering Katrina and its aftermath for the news. I usually try to stay as far away from that stuff as possible.

    Your exhibit helped me remember the stories of the people behind the tragedy. The ones we in the media focus on for a couple days and then move on. I’ll have you to thank for the reality check on my 1,345,987th Katrina story.

    • sjsj on August 28, 2008 at 8:57 pm
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    Dear Jana,

    My name is Dan Barkley and I am a law student at the Seattle University School of Law. I also work as one of the Content Development Editors for the Seattle Journal for Social Justice. We are currently working on an issue devoted to the continuing effects of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans and the Gulf Coast. Because we are an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the mission of furthering social justice issues, we often print poetry and other creative artwork, and it is in this regard I am contacting you. I saw your incredible Floodwall on your website and hoped that you might 1) be interested in having your work featured, or 2) have any ideas of artists who would like their New Orleans and Katrina-related work to be featured in our journal.

    We would need submissions by October 1, and I would be very appreciative of any leads you could send me. Your work is incredible and inspiring. I hope you can help us out.


    Dan Barkley

    Content Development Editor,
    Seattle Journal for Social Justice
    Seattle University School of Law, Class of 2009

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