Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine

For 25 years, encompassing more than 9,000 pages, Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine has documented Louisiana’s arts, culture, history and literature. The magazine is the winner of 125 New Orleans Press Club Awards including Best Publication.

Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine is published quarterly: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. Subscription cost is $20 per year.

Spring 2014 Contents:

  • My So-called Writing Life by Walter Isaacson
  • Creole World: Photographs of New Orleans and the Latin Caribbean Sphere by Richard Sexton
  • Memphis Minnie: Queen of the Blues by Roger Hahn
  • Grand Coteau by Patrice Melnick; photographs by John Slaughter
  • The Cracker Jack: A Hoodoo Drugstore in the “Cradle of Jazz” by Carolyn Morrow Long
  • Milliken’s Bend by Linda Barnickel

Viewers can now find Louisiana Cultural Vistas available online in its entirety in digital format, with each page of the print version vividly captured and easily accessible. The staff of Louisiana Cultural Vistas welcomes feedback from our online readers.


LCV Staff:

David Johnson
Executive Editor
504 620-2476

Cathe Mizell-Nelson
Associate Editor
504 620-2481

Romy Mariano
Senior Media Editor
504 620-2478

Toan Nguyen
Layout/Graphic Designer
504 620-2475

Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities at Turners' Hall
938 Lafayette Street • Suite 300 • New Orleans, LA 70113
Phone 504.523.4352 • Fax 504.529.2358
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and affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities