Nancy Dixon has been studying, teaching, and writing about Louisiana literature for over twenty years and has publications in Louisiana Literature, Florida English, Working in the Big Easy: The History and Politics of Labor in New Orleans, Turning Points and Transformations. Her first book, Fortune and Misery: Sallie Rhett Roman of New Orleans, won the LEH Humanities Book of the Year, 2000. More recently, she is editor of N.O. Lit: 200 Years of New Orleans Literature.
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