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Louisiana Literature is a literary magazine. Founded in 1984 by Southeastern Louisiana Universitymarker, it publishes fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction quarterly. Its editor, as of October 2009, was Jack Bedell. Writer's Digest named Louisiana Literature a "Top 50" market for both fiction and poetry in 2008.

Honors and Awards

  • Robert Olen Butler's short story, Heavy Metal, was reprinted in New Stories from the South 2000.
  • Jacob M. Appel's short story, Counting, was short-listed for the O. Henry Award in 2001.
  • R.T. Smith's short story, Tastes Like Chicken, appeared in New Stories from the South 2006.


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As of October 2009:
  • Editor: Jack B. Bedell
  • Associate Editors: Norman German, William Parrill
  • On-line Editor: Chris Tusa


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