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Books, Journals, Articles, and Radio Programs featuring the

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Louisiana Literature

Louisiana Literature

Includes writing from our 2015 New Orleans Writing Marathon Retreat. Available from LA LIT through Submittable.

Louisiana Literature

Louisiana Literature

Includes writings from our summer retreat, "Finding Your Muse in New Orleans." Available from LA LIT through Submittable.

Louisiana Literature

Louisiana Literature

A series of letters from writing marathoners is the heart of this article by Richard Louth, appearing in Volume 30.1-2 of Louisiana Literature, a literary journal published at Southeastern Louisiana University. Available from LA LIT through Submittable.

New Orleans in Words

New Orleans in Words

In volume 28, number 1 of the literary journal, Louisiana Literature, Richard Louth shares "New Orleans in Words," a compilation of New Orleans marathon moments ranging from descriptive snapshots of places to riffs on overheard conversations, reflections on one’s past, poems, and even short stories. Available from LA LIT through Submittable.

In Good Company Revealed

In Good Company Revealed

An anthology of articles on writing marathons by teacher-consultants of the Southeastern Louisiana Writing Project and National Writing Project. Includes both professional articles and writing moments captured on various New Orleans Writing Marathons.

Muses Radio Show

Muses Radio Show

Radio program produced by KSLU featuring writers from our 2014 summer retreat, "Finding Your Muse in New Orleans."

I'm A Writer

I'm A Writer

Whether you're interested in a writing marathon or simply examining why people write in their own lives, this book offers new perspectives.

New Orleans in Words

New Orleans in Words

Photo: Todd Delaney, General Manager of KSLU Radio, and Richard Louth with the Award for Excellence in Sound Design from the Annual Communicators Awards for "New Orleans in Words," a documentary featuring voices from the New Orleans Writing Marathon.

Radio Program

Radio Program

NWP radio host Elyse Eidman-Aadahl interviews Richard Louth, Kim Stafford, Billie Smith, Tasha Whitton, and Susan Martens, who talk about their experiences as writing marathoners and marathon leaders. They share how the marathon has helped them as writers and helped their students.

National Writing Project Quarterly

National Writing Project Quarterly

Richard Louth's article in the NWP Quarterly gives helpful advice on writing marathons, what works and what doesn't, and includes examples from participating marathoners.

The Muses Among Us

The Muses Among Us

Kim Stafford, a poet and seasoned writing teacher, shows writers how to "listen deep, begin clear, brave all, and offer our best beyond ourselves" in this inviting, encouraging book for writers at any stage of their development.

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