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Louis Maistros

Louis Maistros

New Orleans, LA

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Louis Maistros is a longtime resident of the New Orleans 8th Ward neighborhood. Primarily a writer, he is the author of the acclaimed New Orleans literary novel, "The Sound of Building Coffins," of which Peter Straub has said, "Louis Maistros has written a lyrical, complex, and brave novel that takes enormous risks and pulls them all off. He is a writer to watch and keep reading, a writer to cherish." He is also an accomplished art photographer, and has been called "a wizard with light, shadows, and colors" by Louisiana Poet Laureate Julie Kane. His photography has appeared in the New Orleans Times-Picayune, Bayou Magazine, Entrepot Literary Magazine and others, as well as having been used for book covers by several New Orleans authors and publishers. More information at http://louismaistros.com

 

New Orleans Door by Louis Maistros

 

New Orleans Door by Louis Maistros

 

New Orleans Door by Louis Maistros

 

New Orleans Door by Louis Maistros

 

New Orleans Door by Louis Maistros

 

New Orleans Door by Louis Maistros

 

New Orleans Door by Louis Maistros

 

Drag Queen Supreme in New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

Curious Children on Mardi Gras in New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

Might as Well Jump by Louis Maistros

 

Lovely Lady in a New Orleans Cafe by Louis Maistros

 

Old Pay Phone in New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

Pit Bull in a Hoodie in the French Quarter of New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

New Generation of Mardi Gras Indians in New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

Angel With a Cell Phone on Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

Mardi Gras Day in New Orleans by Louis Maistros

 

Tiny Death on Mandeville Street by Louis Maistros