Author Eno Edet signs publishing contract with Your Time Publishing, LLC

Top Quote Author Eno Edet will release in first quarter 2018, The Diary of Mister Eno, which chronicles the characters and life in New Orleans through the eyes of Mister Eno. The book will consist of folklore, stories, and poetry based on the people and the situations he finds himself in while discovering the city of New Orleans. End Quote
  • New Orleans, LA (1888PressRelease) August 12, 2017 - Eno Edet, a graduate of The City College of New York, and a consummate artist of many genres, originally from New York City, and Georgia, now residing in New Orleans, Louisiana has signed a publishing contract with Your Time Publishing, LLC to produce his book, The Diary of Mister Eno. The Diary of Mister Eno will paint a picture of New Orleans that most people don’t have the chance to encounter. The poems and stories in The Diary of Mister Eno are based on first-hand experiences. Eno Edet says, “The ideal audience for The Diary of Mister Eno is the people of New Orleans and Louisiana. Other cities are immortalized constantly in pen such as: New York, London, and Los Angles, and I want to showcase the attributes and qualities that make New Orleans and the State of Louisiana one of the greatest places in the world.”

    As a young boy, his mother would teach and recite to him Nigerian folklore, and he also immersed himself in Southern art and storytelling. After college, Mister Eno moved back to New York City and joined The Living Theatre, the oldest experimental theatre company in the United States. For 8 years, he lived with and was mentored by the legendary Judith Malina in the art of theatre and creative expression.

    After his time with The Living Theatre, Mister Eno began creating children’s books by hand, and released them in independent bookstores in New York City. After selling 300 copies of his children’s book, Hey Kid, Can You Spare A Dream?, he was noticed and offered the opportunity to do an artist residency in New Orleans at The Art Klub, located in St. Roch.

    Once he arrived in New Orleans, he began creating literature out of the abandoned materials he was finding on the streets. In March of 2017, Mister Eno held a solo exhibition called: The Library of the Ridiculous, which
    showcased 29 pieces of these literary works.

    Copies of The Diary of Mister Eno will be available from,, local book stores and other online retailers.

    He is interested in speaking at churches, youth organizations, High schools, etc., for bookings or more information contact Eno Edet at literarysculptor ( @ ) gmail dot com, Your Time Publishing, LLC 504 606-9462, ytp2010 ( @ ) live dot com, or

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