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1718-2018 New Orleans Tricentennial History Book - The New Orleans Tricentennial Website for New Orleans 300 year history book of New Orleans historian and author Stephen Rue. This book celebrates 300 years of Extraordinary Living in New Orleans, Louisiana.
AIDY’s Poetry Blog - New Orleans - Foreign, indie, and animated film reviews. Biographical essays, book reviews, photography inspired poetry, and creative writing.
Alex McConduit - New Orleans - Alex is a local author and publisher in New Orleans. His first book, “The Little Whot Dat, Who Didn’t” is a children’s book about a boy name Buddy and the New Orleans Saints Superbowl Season.
Andrei Codrescu - New Orleans - this Louisiana author is a Romanian transplant who has made a reputation as a poet in prose. Reviews, publications, upcoming appearances, selected readings, author's commentary, and more.
Anne Rice - New Orleans - one of the most read authors in America today. Her stories are a rich blending of the visible and perpetual worlds and are deeply etched with tapestries of history, philosophy, religion, belief, and supernatural forces, bringing us into the lives of characters that push our physical world beyond that which we perceive. Get costumes from Anne Rice Resource page.
Arthur Hardy - New Orleans - Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide contains 128 colorful pages of facts, photos, features, and fun, including more than 50 individual parade profiles and maps. The award-winning magazine includes a history of the event; answers to the 25 most frequently asked questions; an illustrated glossary of Mardi Gras terms; and articles on New Orleans personalities, traditions and happenings. For more than three decades, the city's top writers and photographers have worked together to create a publication that has achieved genuine collectible status. With more than two million copies sold, Arthur Hardy's Mardi Gras Guide is recognized as the program to the event.
Barbara Colley - Luling - Barbara is a romance and mystery novelist who is known for the fictitious "Charlotte LaRue", the subject of a series of mysteries.
Barbara Sillery - New Orleans - Barbara Sillery is the author of The Haunting of Louisiana and The Haunting of Mississippi, and the producer/writer of cultural documentaries that have aired on PBS and are now available on DVD.
Barnes and Noble Booksellers - Metairie - includes listing of bestsellers. Features college textbooks, music, software, and online courses.
BJ Bourg - Mathews, Louisiana - I believe that a writer is nothing without readers and I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to all those who choose to read my work and support my writing. I also appreciate each and every person who has taken the time to visit my website.
Cajun Karl's Cook'n Adventures - offer an authentic Cajun Cooking TV Show dedicated to providing viewers with a true Louisiana adventure while they learn to cook. Cookbook - dvds available online.
Cajun Woman Enterprises - Lockport - For real Cajun stories by a real Cajun! Order online today! Professional page layout for self-publishers (books), magazines, and newsletters. Janet Foret Lococo, is a full-blooded Cajun, born, reared and still residing on the banks of Bayou Lafourche in Lafourche Parish. Lafourche Parish is located in the lower most area of southern Louisiana and is commonly called "Bayou Country." Always a good storyteller, she has succeeded in humorously describing her life and her experiences as a Cajun that began in the 1930s in her first book "CAJUN WOMAN: Pure & Simple."
Catholic Book Store - New Orleans - Welcome to the Catholic Book Store! We are New Orleans' oldest independent bookstore that has been serving the Church in New Orleans and the Gulf South. The Catholic Book Store is a non-profit religious books and gifts store serving the greater New Orleans community since the 1930s.
Chris Tusa - New Orleans - Chris Tusa was born and raised in New Orleans. His work has appeared in Connecticut Review, Texas Review, Prairie Schooner, The New Delta Review, South Dakota Review, Southeast Review, Passages North, Spoon River, New York Quarterly, Louisiana Literature, Tar River, StorySouth, and others. He has studied under a number of notable writers, including Tim Gautreaux, Sidney Wade, and Debora Gregor.
Christa Allan - Abita Springs - Christa Allan is a true southern gem of a writer who's work is inspirational and uplifting.
Da Cajn Critter Cookbook - New Orleans - "Da Cajn Critter" cookbook, a 2008 USA Book News award winner, is a "gumbo" of Cajun, Creole, old family, friends, and personal recipes that use ingredients that can be found at any grocery store.
Docket No. 76 - Kenner, Louisiana - Arita Bohannan, author of the critically acclaimed book, Docket No. 76, a fictional crime thriller about a New Orleans prosecutor who faces her own childhood abuser in the trial of her life.
Drew Brees “Coming Back Stronger” - New Orleans - "Coming Back Stronger" is the ultimate comeback story, not only of one of the NFL's top quarterbacks, but also of a city and a team that many had all but given up on. Brees' inspiring message of hope and encouragement proves that with enough faith, determination, and heart, you can overcome any obstacle life throws your way and not only come back, but come back stronger.
Faulkner House Books - New Orleans - Established eleven years ago on William Faulkner's birthday, September 25, 1990, Faulkner House Books has been a full-service new and used book store serving the New Orleans, Louisiana, area and customers around the world.
Frances Parkinson Keyes - (1885 - 1970) Best known for her 1948 murder mystery “Dinner at Antoine’s”, Frances Parkinson Keyes was born in Charlottesville, Virginia, and was the wife of Virginia Senator, Henry Keyes. In the 1950s, she purchased the historic Beauregard House in the New Orleans French Quarter and became a fixture of New Orleans life until her death in 1970. Her home in New Orleans, the Beauregard-Keyes House in the French Quarter, is now a museum.
French Quarter Fiction - New Orleans - Light of New Orleans Publishing was founded the first year of this old millennium in order to create an anthology of the best short stories on the heart of New Orleans.
Gravier House Press - New Orleans - Author Steve Herman publishes this Website/Blog addressing Politics and the Law, Literature, and Pop Culture; with information about his books, America and the Law, The Gordian Knot, The Sign of Four, and Timothy Stone.
Helen Prejean, Sister - New Orleans - writer and social activist and the subject of the film "Dead Man Walking" was born on April 21, 1939, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Her efforts as an anti-death penalty activist are admired by many who are working to nominate her for a Nobel Peace Prize.
Holli Castillo - New Orleans Metro - Holli Castillo was born and raised in New Orleans. She has written several novels, including Gumbo Justice and Jambalaya Justice. She is working on Chocolate city Justice and a novel tentatively title Lagniappe.
Humberto Fontova - Covington - Louisiana sportswriter, author of "Hell Divers Rodeo", "The Hellpig Hunt", "Fidel: Hollywoods Favorite Tyrant" and "Exposing the Real Che Guevara and the Useful Idiots who Idolize Him". Political pundit on shows from Bill Maher's 'Politically Correct' to Bill O'Reily's 'The Factor'. His books are available on Amazon. Site links to his article's archives. Articles include: Jesse Jackson's Excellent New Orleans Adventure; Cajuns, Hunting, Hemingway and Pinkos; Catch, Fillet and Release; More Louisiana Blood Lust; and Rich Americans With Guns.
James Lee Burke - New Iberia - James Lee Burke has written many novels of which several have been made into motion pictures.
John Biguenet - New Orleans - John Biguenet's fiction has appeared in such publications as Esquire, Granta, Playboy, Story, and Zoetrope. The winner of an 0. Henry Award for short fiction, he lives in New Orleans.
John & Joyce Corrington, New Orleans Mysteries - New Orleans - Noted movie and television writers John William Corrington and Joyce Corrington have authored a six-book New Orleans mystery series. Originally published in hardback, this series is now available as e-books. Joyce lives in New Orleans.
John Kennedy Toole - (1937 - 1969) - Wrote "A Confederacy of Dunces". Released by Louisiana State University Press in April 1980, A Confederacy of Dunces is nothing short of a publishing phenomenon. You will find his Papers online at Tulane University. Turned down by countless publishers and submitted by the author's mother years after his suicide, the book won the 1981 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. Today there are over 1.5 million copies in print worldwide in eighteen different languages.
Judy Christie - Northwest Louisiana - Judy Christie is an author and consultant who writes inspirational fiction and nonfiction.
Ken Wells - Ken Wells grew up on the banks of Bayou Black deep in South Louisiana's Cajun belt. In 1982, while a reporter for The Miami Herald, he was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for a series of stories documenting how huge reclamation projects built on behalf of agribusiness interests had accelerated the degradation of the Florida Everglades. He has seven books listed on Amazon and is retired from the Wall Street Journal.
Lillian Hellman - (June 20, 1905 - June 30, 1984) Born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1905, Hellman saw her young life populated by eccentric and avaricious relatives, who later appeared only thinly disguised in her plays.
Louisiana Book Festival - The Louisiana Center for the Book in the State Library of Louisiana and the Louisiana Library Foundation are delighted to announce their Annual Louisiana Book Festival. Louisiana's FREE, world-class literary celebration offers children and adult booklovers unique opportunities to interact with over 100 exceptional poets, writers and storytellers and to enjoy an inspiring variety of book-related activities, exhibitions and demonstrations. Food & Music, too!
Louisiana Books by Nola Mae Ross - Nola Mae Ross is a native of Lake Charles, Louisiana. Her books tell the true stories and happenings of this state.