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The Book of Boys and Girls
Paul Ruffin
Price: $12.95
The Doors Between Us
Darrell Bourque
Price: $8.00
Echo & Anger, Still
Vivian Shipley
Price: $8.00
French Connections: A Gathering of Franco-American Poets
Edited by Christine Gelineau and Jack B. Bedell
Price: $22.95
Gleanings
Vivian Shipley
Price: $24.95
Gypsy with Baby
Heather Ross Miller
Price: $12.95
Haunted Bones
Chris Tusa
Price: $11.00
Here and Gone
Don Johnson
Price: $17.95
Homeland
LuAnn Keener-Mikenas
Price: $14.95
Landscape and Dream
Virgil Suarez and Ryan Van Cleave
Price: $22.95
The Language of the Heart
David Middleton
Price: $10.00
A Less Fabulous Infinity
Charles Rafferty
Price: $14.95
Living in a Christ-Haunted Land
Paul Ruffin
Price: $17.95
Lost Arts
Leslie Heywood
Price: $14.95
Lumina: A Town of Voices
Heather Ross Miller
Price: $14.95
Natural Selection
Leslie Heywood
Price: $14.95
Navigating Disaster
Sheryl St. Germain
Price: $17.95
Night Field Anecdote
William Wright
Price: $14.95
Pompeii Man
Paul Ruffin
Price: $26.95
The Red Wolf
R.T. Smith
Price: $14.95
Ruffin-It
Paul Ruffin
Price: $26.95
The Scholar’s Daughter
Denise M. Rogers
Price: $14.95
Virginia Patout’s Parish
Albert Davis
Price: $8.00
A Witness in Exile
Brian Spears
Price: $14.95
Editor's Blog

April 4, 2014
Editors Jack Bedell and Philip Kolin seek poems for a special anthology of poems about the Mississippi River to be published by Louisiana Literature Press in 2015. Please submit 1-5 poems as a single digital file (formatted as .doc, .docx, or .rtf). All poems should feature the river in some explicit or implicit way. Beyond that, we are open to all forms and styles. DEADLINE: April 30, 2014. Click here to submit.

March 31, 2014
Volume 31.1 is now available in our Journal Store.

Featuring poetry by George Drew, Jeanne Emmons, and Doug Ramspeck; prose by Holly Day, Cassandra Garbus, and Ben Philippe.

November 15, 2013
Louisiana Literature Press is proud to announce the publication of Paul Ruffin's Living in a Christ-Haunted Land, available right now in our Press Store.

November 15, 2013
Volume 30.1-2 is now available in our Journal Store.

Featuring poetry by Bruce Alford, Christopher Chambers, and Stella Nesanovich; prose by Eva Carper, George Drew, and Charles Rafferty.

April 15, 2013
Louisiana Literature Press is proud to announce the publication of Leslie Heywood's Lost Arts, available right now in our Press Store.

February 1, 2013
Volume 29.2 is now available in our Journal Store.

Featuring poetry by Sarah Cortez, Don Johnson, Matthew Spireng, and Jeff Worley; prose by Peter Cooley, Mike Craig, Tony Leuzzi, and Kent Wascom.

November 20, 2012
Louisiana Literature Press is proud to announce the publication of R.T. Smith's The Red Wolf, available right now in our Press Store.

September 1, 2012
Louisiana Literature Press is proud to announce the publication of Sheryl St. Germain's Navigating Disaster, available right now in our Press Store.

August 24, 2012
Volume 29.1 is now available in our Journal Store.

Featuring poetry by Paul Christensen, Ava Leavell Haymon, Roger Jones, and Paul Ruffin; fiction by Scott Kaukonen, Michael McManus, Margaret McMullan, and Amanda Walton.

March 21, 2012
Louisiana Literature Press is proud to announce the publication of LuAnn Keener Mikenas's Homeland, available right now in our Press Store.

October 24, 2011
Volume 28.2 will be available soon in our Journal Store.

Featuring poetry by Peter Cooley, Diana Der-Hovanessian, Maria Mazziotti Gillan, and Jim Reese; fiction by Patty Houston, Heather Ross Miller, R.T. Smith, and Frank Tavares.

October 24, 2011
Louisiana Literature Press proudly announces the publication of William Wright's Night Field Anecdote, available November 1, 2011.


August 15, 2011
Louisiana Literature is excited to unveil its new Web site. Look for new and enhanced content to be added soon.

August 15, 2011
Volume 28.1 is now available in our Journal Store.

Featuring poetry by Katie Bowler, Catharine Savage Brosman, Kevin Meaux, and Heather Ross Miller; fiction by Thomas Aiello, Vincent Czyz, Richard Louth, and G.D. McFetridge.