Saints and Sinners Literary Festival

Posted 10.12.10

Type: 
Festival
Location: 
New Orleans, LA
Event Date: 
January 1, 2099

The 2013 Saints and Sinners Literary Festival was held from May 23 to May 26 in various venues in New Orleans. The festival featured readings, panels, and master classes in fiction and creative nonfiction. Participating writers in 2013 included fiction writers Bernard Cooper, Justin Torres, Jess Wells; and creative nonfiction writers Andrew Holleran and Felice Picano. Registration was first come, first served. Call, e-mail, or visit the website for information.

Contact Information: 

Saints and Sinners Literary Festival, 938 Lafayette Street, Suite 514, New Orleans, LA 70113. (504) 581-1144.

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