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This event was part of the Tennessee Williams-New Orleans Literary Festival.
Five authors talked about how they create a sense of place in their stories: Joshua Wheeler (Acid Wash), Silas House (Southernmost), Malka Older (State Tectonics), Hannah Pittard (Visible Empire), and Robert Olen Butler Paris in the Dark.
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David Benedetto Assistant Program Director WRBH Reading Ratio for the Blind and Print Impaired
Robert Olen Butler Author
Silas House Author
Rich Machlin Volunteer Site Manager Tennessee Williams-New Orleans Literary Festival
Malka Older Author
Hannah Pittard Author
Joshua Wheeler Author
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