Contributors: Jay Addison, Frank Bernis, Martin Brown, Fabio della Santa, Evan Downing, Pam Fitzgerald, James Graham, Sam Ishaq, Raul Martin, Daniel Orantes, Waverly Parsons, Maurice Sanchez, Ruth Angelika Schmidt, Al Stall JR, Frank Timphony, Mario Torres, Mike Williams
An exploration of living and working at Fair Grounds Race Course in New Orleans comprising photography, interviews, and personal correspondence of jockeys, horse groomers, trainers, and other key backside players. Full color photography. 8 X 9.
Abram Shalom Himelstein is the co-founder of the Neighborhood Story Project and the editor-in-chief at the University of New Orleans Press. He has written for the Daily Racing Form, The Houston Chronicle, and Next City. He is the author of What the Hell am I Doing Here? and co-author of Tales of a Punk Rock Nothing.
Aubrey Dawne Edwards is—primarily—a portrait photographer, visual anthropologist, storyteller and educator with an Associate of Applied Science in Photography, a Bachelor of Journalism, and a Master of Science in Urban Studies and Applied Anthropology. Her collaborators range from Spike Lee to the Smithsonian Institution. She has been the recipient of numerous grants and residencies and has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally.