My Screens Have Screens explores how pop culture reflects and impacts culture at large. More often than not, it centers on how changes in arts and entertainment, along with technology, influence a generation gap. It will occasionally address New Orleans’s status as “Hollywood South” from a local point of view.
Christopher Bowes is a teacher in New Orleans, and he writes about the worlds of film, TV, and music. He has a bachelor’s degree from the Louisiana Scholars’ College and a master’s from the University of Pennsylvania. He ...Read More
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Christopher Bowes is a teacher in New Orleans, and he writes about the worlds of film, TV, and music. He has a bachelor’s degree from the Louisiana Scholars’ College and a master’s from the University of Pennsylvania. He also writes for A House of Lies and is preparing a book of short stories.