Deep South Magazine's new Southern Literary Trail App, available now for $2.99 on iTunes, lets devotees follow in the footsteps of some of their favorite literary icons, guiding readers through sites associated with some of the South's greatest writers.

Visit the New Orleans apartment where Tennessee Williams began writing 'A Streetcar Named Desire' and the Key West Hotel where he finished the play, pay homage to Flannery O'Connor at her Georgia farm, or venture to Florida and travel Zora Neale Hurston's Dust Tracks Heritage Trail.

The app includes more than 130 sites to visit and mroe than 700 photos. It is available for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. For instructions on downloading the app, visit