A journal of contemporary literature and culture, New Orleans Review is a publication of the Department of English at Loyola University New Orleans, and is partially funded by the Kendall Michelle Daigle Memorial Endowment for English.
Since its founding in 1968, the journal has published an eclectic variety of work by established and emerging writers, including: Walker Percy, Pablo Neruda, Ellen Gilchrist, Nelson Algren, Hunter S. Thompson, John Kennedy Toole, Richard Brautigan, Joyce Carol Oates, James Sallis, Jack Gilbert, Paul Hoover, Tess Gallagher, Sherman Alexie, Valerie Martin, Annie Dillard, Everette Maddox, Julio Cortazar, Gordon Lish, Robert Walser, Mark Halliday, Robert Olen Butler, Michael Harper, Angela Ball, Diane Wakoski, Dermot Bolger, Ernest J. Gaines, Roddy Doyle, William Kotzwinkle, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Arnost Lustig, Raymond Queneau, Yusef Komunyakaa, Michael Martone, Matthea Harvey, Bill Cotter, D.A. Powell, Rikki Ducornet, Ed Skoog, and many others.
Work published in NOR has been reprinted in the Pushcart Prize, Best American Nonrequired Reading, New Stories From the South, Utne Reader, Poetry Daily, Verse Daily, O. Henry Prize Stories, and other anthologies.
Assistant Fiction Editor
Nik De Dominic, Haley Hemenway Sledge
John Biguenet, Hillary Eklund, Nathan Henne, John Mosier, Laura Murphy, Christopher Schaberg, Marcus Smith
Emily Alves, Jemia Battle, Tylar Beckham, Mary Bell, Hayden Corwin, Mikaela Dauber, Emily Gil, Emma Gilheany, Carissa Harlow, Logan Jackson, Cierra Johnson, Sarah Jones, Madison McLoughlin, Sarah Neal, Sophia Rataj, Hannah Robideaux, John Mark Trahan, Tiffany Yochum
- Christopher Chambers: 2000–2012
- Sophia Stone: 1999–2000
- Ralph Adamo: 1994–1999
- John Mosier: 1980–1992
- John Biguenet: 1980–1992
- Bruce Henrickson: 1980–1986
- Dawson Gaillard: 1978–1979
- Marcus Smith: 1974–1978
- John F. Christman: 1974
- Forrest L. Ingram: 1972–1973
- Joseph A. Tetlow: 1970–1972
- Miller Williams: 1968–1970