Myles Poydras Death – Myles Christopher Poydras, a true and native of New Orleanian reportedly passed away on Thursday, September 15, 2022, at 25. According to the obituary of Myles Poydras, he came into this world on April 10, 1997. Myles had a love of books, New Orleans culture at its root, nature, cooking, expansive genres of music, and many other activities, but his biggest passion was writing.
Myles Poydras was a 2023 Master of Fine Art Candidate, studying Creative Writing with a focus in Non-Fiction journalism at George Mason University. It was there that he received the Robert Raymond Scholarship, a scholarship given to one student in the entire program, annually.
Aside from being a full-time graduate student, Myles was both a Graduate Research Assistant and an English Professor. He is a St. Augustine High School, class of 2015 alumnus, and a University of Missouri – School of Journalism, class of 2019 alumnus with a degree in Magazine Journalism.
Prior to attending George Mason, Myles was a fellow at the Atlantic Magazine where he was widely known and predicted to become one of the next greatest writers of our time. His writing style was compared to that of James Baldwin.
Additional attributes include publications in The Atlantic, The Atlantic Daily Newsletter, The New York Times, Miami Herald, The Charlotte Observer, and The Missourian. He provided production assistance for Floodlines, which received The Peabody Award, and was accepted in 2019 as a Johnathan Rodgers Fellow at the University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism.
Myles is survived by his loving parents, Byron and Alicia Poydras; brother, Mason Poydras; and sister, Milan Poydras. He is additionally survived by grandparents, Walter and Brenda Robinson, and Alice T. Poydras.
Myles is preceded in death by grandfather Paul L. Poydras, Jr., and leaves behind a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends – all of whom his legacy will live on through, in addition to his published and unpublished works.
The family of Myles Poydras wishes to announce that Myles’ life and legacy will be celebrated on Monday, September 26, 2022.
Visitation at St. Joseph Catholic Church from 9:00 is until the start of service at 10:00 am, celebrated by Rev. Father Ajani Gibson. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery and Dignity Memorial to follow.
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