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Jeanne M. Leiby 1964–2011

teacher • editor • writer

Jeanne Leiby Memorial Fund The Leiby family has generously set up a memorial fund in honor of Jeanne Leiby, past editor of The Southern Review. You can contribute to the Jeanne Leiby Memorial Fund at LSUFoundation.com/contribute.

LSU Press Advisory Group Elaine D. Abell , Attorney, Lafayette, LA Jim Clinton , President and CEO, Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, Baton Rouge, LA

Gresdna Doty , Alumni Professor of Theatre Emerita, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA

Richard Ekman , President, Council of Independent Colleges, Washington, DC

Save the date!

Perforate and Fold

Please join LSU Press and The Southern Review for the

L S U

P r e ss

Fleur de Lis

9th annual

Saturday, October 29, in downtown Baton Rouge Featuring authors Seymour Topping, Robert Mann, Shannon Frystak,  

Plus, visit the LSU Press booth

and many more. Be sure to check out the special panel on “The

at the Louisiana Book festival

Best of LSU Fiction,” featuring James Wilcox, Olympia Vernon, and David Madden, as well as Acadiana author Carl Brasseaux and photographer Philip Gould on the Louisiana Bicentennial Panel, moderated by General Russel Honoré.

New Release Studies the Origin of Political Attack Ads

to enter to win a

LSU Press is delighted to announce the November release of Daisy Petals and Mushroom Clouds: LBJ, Barry Goldwater, and the Ad That Changed American Politics, by Robert Mann, Manship Chair of Mass Communi­cation and co-director of the Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs here at LSU. In Daisy Petals and Mushroom Clouds, Mann offers a lively account of the background, genesis, and consequences of the infamous “Daisy girl” ad, which helped destroy Barry Goldwater’s credibility as a presidential candidate in the 1964 race and contrib­uted to Johnson’s landslide victory. Aired only once as a political spot, the ad was re­­broadcast innumerable times by national media and sparked a nationwide debate over the limits of campaign advertising. Mann’s engaging narrative provides a nuanced look at the effects of the Daisy girl ad on both the political climate of the 1964 election and future political campaigns.

Kindle!

To make a donation, please go to LSUFoundation.com/contribute.

Kathryn Grigsby , CEO, The Hospice of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, LA

Virginia Noland , Baton Rouge, LA Oliver G. Richard III , President, Empire of the Seed, Lake Charles, LA

Michael D. Robinson , Senior Director of Development, LSU Foundation, Baton Rouge, LA

Ayan L. Rubin , Vice President, DRW Consultants, Baton Rouge, LA

Mary Ann Sternberg , Writer, Baton Rouge, LA Jack R. Van Lopik , Director Emeritus, Louisiana Sea Grant, Baton Rouge, LA

James E. Yeldell , Attorney, Bastrop, LA

Daisy Petals and Mushroom Clouds Panel, October 24 LSU Press Supporters, 2010–2011 1935 Society

Partner

William F. Borne

James E. Yeldell

Litterateur

Publisher’s Circle

Gresdna A. Doty and   James G. Traynham

John and Virginia Noland

Carolyn H. Hargrave

Donna Guzman and   Oliver G. Richard, III Catherine A. Lawrence and   Eric R. Papenfuse Roberta S. Phillabaum Ayan L. and Michael H. Rubin

Michael D. Robinson

Bibliophile Carol S. Beaumont Jane W. Byo

LSU Press

Director’s Circle

The event will be held October 24 from 4:30 to 6:00 in the Holliday Forum of LSU’s Journalism Building.

Contact:

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Author Ava Leavell Haymon Wins MIAL 2010 Award for Poetry LSU Press celebrates author Ava Leavell Haymon, winner of the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters (MIAL) Award for Poetry, for her book Why the House Is Made of Gingerbread. Using elements from the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel, this collection of poems contains elements both humorous and unsettling. Haymon’s award was presented at the annual MIAL gala on June 4, in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. The prestigious MIAL awards promote Mississippi culture by recognizing great southern writers, artists, and musicians each year. The award was judged by Charles Altieri, a scholar and critic of contemporary po-­ etry and a member of the English Department at UC Berkeley. His comments on the book and on his selection can be read at lsupress.org. Born in Greenville, Mississippi, Haymon teaches poetry writing in Baton Rouge and directs a writers’ retreat in the mountains of New Mexico. She is the author of two other poetry collections, Kitchen Heat and The Strict Economy of Fire.

3990 W. Lakeshore Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808

DeeDee and Kevin P. Reilly, Sr.

In conjunction with the book’s release, the Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at the Manship School of Mass Communication will sponsor a panel about the creation of the Daisy girl ad. Panelists include Robert Mann, Sidney Myers (art director of the firm that created the spot), and Monique Luiz—the Daisy girl herself.

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Director MaryKatherine Callaway, AAUP 2011–2012 President

Levels of Giving, Discounts, and Benefits

Did You Know?

1935 Society—$25,000 and above

Inspirational Writing: Susan Tucker Helps Out

LSU Press congratulates Director MaryKatherine Callaway, who took office on June 4 as President of the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) for the coming year. In her inaugural address at the AAUP annual conference, Callaway stressed the importance of collaboration with parent institutions as she advised university presses to develop fuller, closer relationships with their campuses. She also announced the creation of an AAUP task force specifically devoted to publisher-university relations. Thanks to donor support, six LSU Press staff members attended the conference, held June 2–5, 2011. They joined more than 730 publishing professionals to set an AAUP attendance record at the Baltimore meeting.

In a revealing collection of oral-history narratives, LSU Press author Susan Tucker explores the complex bond between black female domestic workers and their white employers, from the turn of the twentieth century to the civil rights revolution of the 1960s. Originally published in 1988, Telling Memories Among Southern Women is based on interviews with forty-two southern women of both races. These narratives express the full range of human emotions and convey the ties that united —and the tensions and conflicts that separated—these two mutually dependent groups of women.

Q & A with MK What is AAUP?

Tucker’s work inspired a fictional iteration of the theme in Kathryn Stockett’s New York Times– bestselling novel, The Help. The popular novel follows a group of black domestic maids in 1960s Jackson, Mississippi, and the trials and triumphs of their lives working for upper-class southern whites. Stockett thanks Tucker in her endnotes, praising the surprising and touching accounts shared in Telling Memories Among Southern Women. The feature film based on Stockett’s book hit movie theaters in August.

AAUP is the Association of American University Presses, an organization of around 130 nonprofit publishers established in 1937. The members strive to advance scholarship through their publications, and the AAUP assists them by promoting that work and providing cooperative opportunities, advice, and a way for members to exchange ideas.

What does the AAUP President do? The President serves as the spokesperson for the organization’s member presses. I’ll also preside over the association’s board meetings.

35% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, recognition on the Press’s website, individualized recognition in a book selected in accordance with your area of interest, and an option to establish an endowed fund to perpetuate support of one of our distinguished publishing programs.

Publishing Patron—$10,000–$24,999 30% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, recognition on the Press’s website, and individualized recognition in a book selected in accordance with your area of interest.

Publisher’s Circle—$5,000–$9,999

Legacy is Powerful When John Kennedy Toole wrote a novel featuring an unlikely character called Ignatius Reilly, he probably did not imaging how broad an impact his work would have. Toole’s mother finally persuaded Walker Percy, a visiting professor at Loyola University in New Orleans, to read the manuscript that several New York publishing houses had turned down. “The lady was persistent,” Percy recalls in the book’s foreword, “and it somehow came

What is your platform for your term?

to pass that she stood in my office

Better collaboration with home universities. Every university is suffering from tight budgetary times, and that affects their presses. We need to work closely with our parent institutions, as we play a key role in the academic process. We can work together to find efficiencies in what we do and also begin to contribute in new ways.

Well read and

well fed!

LSU Press Welcomes The Southern Review This spring, LSU Press welcomed The Southern Review staff to our  publishing team. The distinguished 

ing feeling that it was not bad enough

in an effort to share knowledge, experience, and resources.

A portion of the proceeds from the event was donated to 

then a growing excitement, and finally an incredulity: surely it was not pos-

Contact:

  Portia Levasseur, Development, pblevasseur@lsu.edu, 225-578-6416

Contact:

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  Portia Levasseur, Development, pblevasseur@lsu.edu, 225-578-6416

Litterateur—$250–$499 15% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, and invitations to special author events.

Bibliophile—$100–$249 10% off all LSU Press books.

Reader—$50–$99 Email notices about forthcoming books and complimentary newsletters and catalogs.

Your gift makes a difference! ❑  M  y check is enclosed, payable to LSU Foundation/LSU Press, in the amount of $_______________.

❑  Please charge my credit card in the amount of $_______________. ❑  Visa   ❑  MasterCard

sible that it was so good.” Percy sent the manuscript to LSU Press, and we published A Confederacy of Dunces in 1980. The book won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and has been translated

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Expiration Date CVV #

Signature date

into 23 languages around the world. A Confederacy of Dunces is considered

Name

Address

and “most important” book lists.

City/state/zip

To learn more about how you can leave 

telephone (home)

telephone (work)

a lasting legacy in support of LSU Press  and The Southern Review, please visit lsu.giftlegacy.com.

E-mail

LSU Press and The Southern Review.

lsupress.org

20% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, and invitations to special author events.

to quit, then with a prickle of interest,

and turns up repeatedly on “best of”

publishing initiatives on campus

Partner—$500–$999

There was no getting out of it .  .  . 

a canonical work of modern literature

this new partnership will combine

25% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, and recognition on the Press’s website.

I read on. And on. First with the sink-

literary journal merged with the

Thank you to Bistro Byronz and our many supporters who came out to dine with us on September 12!

Director’s Circle—$1,000–$4,999

handing me the hefty manuscript.

Press on May 2. Under the direction of MaryKatherine Callaway,

30% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, and recognition on the Press’s website.

Portia Levasseur, Director of Development LSU Press 3990 West Lakeshore Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808 pblevasseur@lsu.edu

To give online, visit lsupress.org/give.

lsupress.org

mail to:

Perforate and Fold In


Fold

Perforate and Fold In

Support LSU Press Check out our new online home at lsupress.org! Don’t miss our redesigned website at lsupress.org, featuring userfriendly access to our titles and additional materials!

Director MaryKatherine Callaway, AAUP 2011–2012 President

Levels of Giving, Discounts, and Benefits

Did You Know?

1935 Society—$25,000 and above

Inspirational Writing: Susan Tucker Helps Out

LSU Press congratulates Director MaryKatherine Callaway, who took office on June 4 as President of the Association of American University Presses (AAUP) for the coming year. In her inaugural address at the AAUP annual conference, Callaway stressed the importance of collaboration with parent institutions as she advised university presses to develop fuller, closer relationships with their campuses. She also announced the creation of an AAUP task force specifically devoted to publisher-university relations. Thanks to donor support, six LSU Press staff members attended the conference, held June 2–5, 2011. They joined more than 730 publishing professionals to set an AAUP attendance record at the Baltimore meeting.

In a revealing collection of oral-history narratives, LSU Press author Susan Tucker explores the complex bond between black female domestic workers and their white employers, from the turn of the twentieth century to the civil rights revolution of the 1960s. Originally published in 1988, Telling Memories Among Southern Women is based on interviews with forty-two southern women of both races. These narratives express the full range of human emotions and convey the ties that united —and the tensions and conflicts that separated—these two mutually dependent groups of women.

Q & A with MK What is AAUP?

Tucker’s work inspired a fictional iteration of the theme in Kathryn Stockett’s New York Times– bestselling novel, The Help. The popular novel follows a group of black domestic maids in 1960s Jackson, Mississippi, and the trials and triumphs of their lives working for upper-class southern whites. Stockett thanks Tucker in her endnotes, praising the surprising and touching accounts shared in Telling Memories Among Southern Women. The feature film based on Stockett’s book hit movie theaters in August.

AAUP is the Association of American University Presses, an organization of around 130 nonprofit publishers established in 1937. The members strive to advance scholarship through their publications, and the AAUP assists them by promoting that work and providing cooperative opportunities, advice, and a way for members to exchange ideas.

What does the AAUP President do? The President serves as the spokesperson for the organization’s member presses. I’ll also preside over the association’s board meetings.

35% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, recognition on the Press’s website, individualized recognition in a book selected in accordance with your area of interest, and an option to establish an endowed fund to perpetuate support of one of our distinguished publishing programs.

Publishing Patron—$10,000–$24,999 30% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, recognition on the Press’s website, and individualized recognition in a book selected in accordance with your area of interest.

Publisher’s Circle—$5,000–$9,999

Legacy is Powerful When John Kennedy Toole wrote a novel featuring an unlikely character called Ignatius Reilly, he probably did not imaging how broad an impact his work would have. Toole’s mother finally persuaded Walker Percy, a visiting professor at Loyola University in New Orleans, to read the manuscript that several New York publishing houses had turned down. “The lady was persistent,” Percy recalls in the book’s foreword, “and it somehow came

What is your platform for your term?

to pass that she stood in my office

Better collaboration with home universities. Every university is suffering from tight budgetary times, and that affects their presses. We need to work closely with our parent institutions, as we play a key role in the academic process. We can work together to find efficiencies in what we do and also begin to contribute in new ways.

Well read and

well fed!

LSU Press Welcomes The Southern Review This spring, LSU Press welcomed The Southern Review staff to our  publishing team. The distinguished 

ing feeling that it was not bad enough

in an effort to share knowledge, experience, and resources.

A portion of the proceeds from the event was donated to 

then a growing excitement, and finally an incredulity: surely it was not pos-

Contact:

  Portia Levasseur, Development, pblevasseur@lsu.edu, 225-578-6416

Contact:

Fold

  Portia Levasseur, Development, pblevasseur@lsu.edu, 225-578-6416

Litterateur—$250–$499 15% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, and invitations to special author events.

Bibliophile—$100–$249 10% off all LSU Press books.

Reader—$50–$99 Email notices about forthcoming books and complimentary newsletters and catalogs.

Your gift makes a difference! ❑  M  y check is enclosed, payable to LSU Foundation/LSU Press, in the amount of $_______________.

❑  Please charge my credit card in the amount of $_______________. ❑  Visa   ❑  MasterCard

sible that it was so good.” Percy sent the manuscript to LSU Press, and we published A Confederacy of Dunces in 1980. The book won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and has been translated

Account #

Expiration Date CVV #

Signature date

into 23 languages around the world. A Confederacy of Dunces is considered

Name

Address

and “most important” book lists.

City/state/zip

To learn more about how you can leave 

telephone (home)

telephone (work)

a lasting legacy in support of LSU Press  and The Southern Review, please visit lsu.giftlegacy.com.

E-mail

LSU Press and The Southern Review.

lsupress.org

20% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, and invitations to special author events.

to quit, then with a prickle of interest,

and turns up repeatedly on “best of”

publishing initiatives on campus

Partner—$500–$999

There was no getting out of it .  .  . 

a canonical work of modern literature

this new partnership will combine

25% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, and recognition on the Press’s website.

I read on. And on. First with the sink-

literary journal merged with the

Thank you to Bistro Byronz and our many supporters who came out to dine with us on September 12!

Director’s Circle—$1,000–$4,999

handing me the hefty manuscript.

Press on May 2. Under the direction of MaryKatherine Callaway,

30% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, and recognition on the Press’s website.

Portia Levasseur, Director of Development LSU Press 3990 West Lakeshore Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808 pblevasseur@lsu.edu

To give online, visit lsupress.org/give.

lsupress.org

mail to:

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Jeanne M. Leiby 1964–2011

teacher • editor • writer

Jeanne Leiby Memorial Fund The Leiby family has generously set up a memorial fund in honor of Jeanne Leiby, past editor of The Southern Review. You can contribute to the Jeanne Leiby Memorial Fund at LSUFoundation.com/contribute.

LSU Press Advisory Group Elaine D. Abell , Attorney, Lafayette, LA Jim Clinton , President and CEO, Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, Baton Rouge, LA

Gresdna Doty , Alumni Professor of Theatre Emerita, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA

Richard Ekman , President, Council of Independent Colleges, Washington, DC

Save the date!

Perforate and Fold

Please join LSU Press and The Southern Review for the

L S U

P r e ss

Fleur de Lis

9th annual

Saturday, October 29, in downtown Baton Rouge Featuring authors Seymour Topping, Robert Mann, Shannon Frystak,  

Plus, visit the LSU Press booth

and many more. Be sure to check out the special panel on “The

at the Louisiana Book festival

Best of LSU Fiction,” featuring James Wilcox, Olympia Vernon, and David Madden, as well as Acadiana author Carl Brasseaux and photographer Philip Gould on the Louisiana Bicentennial Panel, moderated by General Russel Honoré.

New Release Studies the Origin of Political Attack Ads

to enter to win a

LSU Press is delighted to announce the November release of Daisy Petals and Mushroom Clouds: LBJ, Barry Goldwater, and the Ad That Changed American Politics, by Robert Mann, Manship Chair of Mass Communi­cation and co-director of the Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs here at LSU. In Daisy Petals and Mushroom Clouds, Mann offers a lively account of the background, genesis, and consequences of the infamous “Daisy girl” ad, which helped destroy Barry Goldwater’s credibility as a presidential candidate in the 1964 race and contrib­uted to Johnson’s landslide victory. Aired only once as a political spot, the ad was re­­broadcast innumerable times by national media and sparked a nationwide debate over the limits of campaign advertising. Mann’s engaging narrative provides a nuanced look at the effects of the Daisy girl ad on both the political climate of the 1964 election and future political campaigns.

Kindle!

To make a donation, please go to LSUFoundation.com/contribute.

Kathryn Grigsby , CEO, The Hospice of Baton Rouge, Baton Rouge, LA

Virginia Noland , Baton Rouge, LA Oliver G. Richard III , President, Empire of the Seed, Lake Charles, LA

Michael D. Robinson , Senior Director of Development, LSU Foundation, Baton Rouge, LA

Ayan L. Rubin , Vice President, DRW Consultants, Baton Rouge, LA

Mary Ann Sternberg , Writer, Baton Rouge, LA Jack R. Van Lopik , Director Emeritus, Louisiana Sea Grant, Baton Rouge, LA

James E. Yeldell , Attorney, Bastrop, LA

Daisy Petals and Mushroom Clouds Panel, October 24 LSU Press Supporters, 2010–2011 1935 Society

Partner

William F. Borne

James E. Yeldell

Litterateur

Publisher’s Circle

Gresdna A. Doty and   James G. Traynham

John and Virginia Noland

Carolyn H. Hargrave

Donna Guzman and   Oliver G. Richard, III Catherine A. Lawrence and   Eric R. Papenfuse Roberta S. Phillabaum Ayan L. and Michael H. Rubin

Michael D. Robinson

Bibliophile Carol S. Beaumont Jane W. Byo

LSU Press

Director’s Circle

The event will be held October 24 from 4:30 to 6:00 in the Holliday Forum of LSU’s Journalism Building.

Contact:

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Author Ava Leavell Haymon Wins MIAL 2010 Award for Poetry LSU Press celebrates author Ava Leavell Haymon, winner of the Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters (MIAL) Award for Poetry, for her book Why the House Is Made of Gingerbread. Using elements from the fairy tale of Hansel and Gretel, this collection of poems contains elements both humorous and unsettling. Haymon’s award was presented at the annual MIAL gala on June 4, in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. The prestigious MIAL awards promote Mississippi culture by recognizing great southern writers, artists, and musicians each year. The award was judged by Charles Altieri, a scholar and critic of contemporary po-­ etry and a member of the English Department at UC Berkeley. His comments on the book and on his selection can be read at lsupress.org. Born in Greenville, Mississippi, Haymon teaches poetry writing in Baton Rouge and directs a writers’ retreat in the mountains of New Mexico. She is the author of two other poetry collections, Kitchen Heat and The Strict Economy of Fire.

3990 W. Lakeshore Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808

DeeDee and Kevin P. Reilly, Sr.

In conjunction with the book’s release, the Reilly Center for Media & Public Affairs at the Manship School of Mass Communication will sponsor a panel about the creation of the Daisy girl ad. Panelists include Robert Mann, Sidney Myers (art director of the firm that created the spot), and Monique Luiz—the Daisy girl herself.

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V. Ray Cardozier

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JEANNE M. LEIBY 1964–2011

TEACHER • EDITOR • WRITER

Jeanne Leiby Memorial Fund The Leiby family has generously set up a memorial fund in honor of Jeanne Leiby, past editor of The Southern Review. You can contribute to the Jeanne Leiby Memorial Fund at LSUFoundation.com/contribute.

Support LSU Press Levels of Giving, Discounts, and Benefits 1935 Society—$25,000 and above 35% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, recognition on the Press’s website, individualized recognition in a book selected in accordance with your area of interest, and an option to establish an endowed fund to perpetuate support of one of our distinguished publishing programs.

Publishing Patron—$10,000–$24,999 30% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, recognition on the Press’s website, and individualized recognition in a book selected in accordance with your area of interest.

Publisher’s Circle—$5,000–$9,999

LSU Press Advisory Group Elaine D. Abell , Attorney, Lafayette, LA Jim Clinton , President and CEO, Central Louisiana Economic Development Alliance, Baton Rouge, LA

Gresdna Doty , Alumni Professor of Theatre Emerita, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA

30% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, and recognition on the Press’s website.

Director’s Circle—$1,000–$4,999 25% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, invitations to special author events, and recognition on the Press’s website.

Partner—$500–$999 20% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, and invitations to special author events.

Litterateur—$250–$499

Richard Ekman , President, Council of Independent

15% off all LSU Press books, annual recognition in the Press’s newsletter, and invitations to special author events.

Kathryn Grigsby , CEO, The Hospice of Baton Rouge,

Bibliophile—$100–$249

Colleges, Washington, DC

Baton Rouge, LA

Virginia Noland , Baton Rouge, LA Oliver G. Richard III , President, Empire of the Seed,

10% off all LSU Press books.

Reader—$50–$99 Email notices about forthcoming books and complimentary newsletters and catalogs.

Lake Charles, LA

Your gift makes a difference!

Michael D. Robinson , Senior Director of Development, LSU Foundation, Baton Rouge, LA

My check is enclosed, payable to LSU Foundation/LSU Press, in the amount of $_______________.

Please charge my credit card in the amount of $_______________.

Ayan L. Rubin , Vice President, DRW Consultants, Baton Rouge, LA

Mary Ann Sternberg , Writer, Baton Rouge, LA Jack R. Van Lopik , Director Emeritus, Louisiana Sea Grant, Baton Rouge, LA

James E. Yeldell , Attorney, Bastrop, LA

LSU Press Supporters, 2010–2011 1935 Society

Partner

William F. Borne

James E. Yeldell

V. Ray Cardozier DeeDee and Kevin P. Reilly, Sr.

Publisher’s Circle John and Virginia Noland

Carolyn H. Hargrave

Donna Guzman and Oliver G. Richard, III

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MasterCard

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Litterateur Gresdna A. Doty and James G. Traynham

Director’s Circle

Michael D. Robinson

Bibliophile

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E-MAIL

Roberta S. Phillabaum

Portia Levasseur, Director of Development LSU Press 3990 West Lakeshore Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70808 pblevasseur@lsu.edu

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