Tennessee Williams New Orleans Literary Festival

The annual 5-day Tennessee Williams / New Orleans Literary Festival takes place in late March. Events are held in the French Quarter, "spiritual home" to Williams for many years and the setting of two of his major plays, "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Vieux Carré."
Festival attendees participate in writing workshops, panel discussions, documentary screenings, stage and jazz performances and other special events and parties.

Dr. Kenneth Holditch, Tennessee Williams scholar addresses walking tour attendees on the playwrite's New Orleans legacy.

Tennessee Williams Heritage Walking Tour

The Book Doctors, Arielle Eckstut and David Henry Sterry shared
with festival attendees great advice on going from dream to publication.
Check them out at The Book Doctors

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