Southern Literary Outlooks: New Orleans

Southern Trail: New OrleansBy Marie Baxley 
Photography by William Dickey

Literary Festival in March and Happy Birthday, Mr.There really was a streetcar named Desire. It went out of business about a year after Tennessee Williams published his eponymous 1947 play set in sultry New Orleans, a town that has hosted and inspired the award-winning writer and a legion of other literary luminaries from William Faulkner and Sherwood Anderson to Anne Rice and John Kennedy Toole.