Ethel Park, Courtesy of Law of Place
Ethel Park is a new community pocket park in the historic town of Washington, Louisiana. It is also
The Year of Yellow Jack: Timely + Timeless
As a lawyer/writer, I have always been a supporter of other lawyers/writers, of which there are many. But
Shurtleff v. Boston: A Place for Flags
RV parks are baffling for place-lovers. The idea of packing up your things in a plumbed plastic box
“Law of Place” goes viral!
Well…as viral as a 2,500 word introductory article in an uber niche area of regional law can go…in
Penalties as Teeth
New Orleans, for all its attributes and faults as an ancient city, is notable for having the second
The Woman at the Light: Key West Historical Fiction, or a worthy tagline?
Does this “Historical Novel of Key West” earn a Place-Ment Value worthy of the quirky island?
Law of Place: What is it?
I’ve always wanted to coin a phrase. I think I finally have. In preparing a continuing legal education
Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan (Place-Ment Value – 10): A must-read for place-lovers (but save the laughs)
Who doesn’t love a good story about finding sunken treasure? When that story is intimately tied to a
Cane River, by Lalita Tademy
Earth + Ether Press’s last post reflected upon the inspiration quietly occupying Natchitoches, Louisiana and the Cane River
Finding Inspiration: Cane River + Cammie Henry
As promised in Earth + Ether Press’s inaugural post, now begins an adventure in old houses + new