Join author Miriam Davis for an Author Panel entitled Getting at the Real Story: Creating Compelling Nonfiction. The panel is a part of the Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival, and will be held at Muriel's Jackson Square Restaurant (New Orleans, LA) at 10am.
Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival's panel description:
10 AM GETTING AT THE REAL STORY: CREATING COMPELLING NONFICTION Lorraine Boissoneault found her inspiration in a group of teens for The Last Voyageurs: Retracing La Salle’s Journey across America, Sixteen Teenagers on the Adventure of a Lifetime; Jack Davis found his great story of politics and geography in Gulf: The Making of an American Sea; Miriam Davis was drawn into an age-old murder case in The Axeman of New Orleans; and Jeremy Alford and Tyler Bridges went behind the political scenes in Long Shot: A Soldier, A Senator, A Serious Sin and an Epic Louisiana Election. Susan Larson moderates.
A panel pass is required for this event. A Single Panel Pass is $10 and is only available onsite at the Festival box office during the Festival. Other ticket options are available and can be found at http://www.tennesseewilliams.net/buy-tickets.
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Published Mar 2017