Bulbancha is a Choctaw word combining “someone who speaks a foreign language” and “be there” in reference to the land that became New Orleans, making it “a place of foreign languages.”
In its second issue (the Language Issue), the zine Bulbancha is Still a Place is full of stories of activating and preserving native cultures through words. My little surface marble from Cocodrie is very honored to be included. Copies at @anchorandarrowdrygoods in the French Quarter or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase directly. Edited by Dr. Jeffery U. Darensbourg and Ozone 504.
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