The rage for memoir is still going strong, and of course! Memoirs provide a sense of human connection, let us feel we’re not alone. And writers approach the form in a variety of ways. In her new book, Beth Ann Fennelly talks about micro-memoir, Anne Gisleson tells her story through the framework of the Existential Crisis Reading Group, and Rick Bragg and Minrose Gwin make art out of family stories. See how these writers master the art of self-revelation to take audiences along on a personal journey. Moderated by Constance Adler, author of the memoir My Bayou, New Orleans Through the Eyes of a Lover. 

  SAT 3/24 2:30 PM

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  Tickets for a single Literary Discussions can be purchased for $10 in the box office (Orleans Room on the mezzanine level of the Hotel Monteleone) on site during the Festival.

Best value is a LITERARY DISCUSSION PASS, which covers all literary discussions Friday-Sunday.

  Hotel Monteleone Queen Anne Ballroom