Scott Naugle writes beautifully in the French Quarter Journal about Joe and Rosemary’s passing the torch to the next generation. With photographs by Ellis Anderson, the piece is a fitting and humbling homage to their incredible work over the past 30 years. Read the entire article here and be sure to join the discussion on Facebook or Instagram.
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Thank you for the news, and best wishes to the former and new owners of Faulkner House Books. My visit from England to New Orleans in late 2017 was enriched by seeing the splendid books in a unique building. The Vargas Llosa book I purchased reminds me of that day. Regards Robert JohnsonCambridge
For those of us, scribblers, who depend on the support of ‘Mom & Pop Bookstores’ there has rarely ever been a Mom and Pop who care for their authors with anywhere near the care of Joe and Rosemary. I am grateful, beyond words for them and all they have done for us.
– Robert Hicks