A new adaptation of John Kennedy Toole's beloved novel opens the 2019 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival.
An interview with the 2016 Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival Shouting Contest winner.
A Tennessee Williams-inspired cocktail from SoBou New Orleans that will have you screaming.
An interview with Alabama writer and humorist Rick Bragg.
The author best known for 'Bastard Out of Carolina' talks about getting older, writing about the forbidden and using humor to survive.
Join Dorothy Allison and more than 100 other guests and authors during the 30th anniversary of New Orleans' literary event of the year March 30-April 3.
Don't miss John Waters, a master class with Michael Farris Smith, The Hotel Plays or a panel on writing the women of the South.
The North Carolina born actress talks about her experience on the set of Capote's true crime story upon the 55th anniversary of the murders.
Megan Abbott talks about her new book The Fever, growing up with Southern literature and what she'll take away from her year as John Grisham writer-in-residence at Ole Miss.
An interview with the poet whose new book Pantry brings to life kitchen objects in order to explore our domestic lives.