Archives for September 2012

Jack Kerouac and John Steinbeck on the Californian Coast

By Kat Clay The moment I saw him I knew he was the man I would marry. A twenty-minute conversation […]

“The pears fatten like little buddhas”: Inscribing Sylvia Plath onto Central Java

By Audrey McGlinchy I opened my notebook on a return flight from Jakarta, Indonesia to Chiang Mai, Thailand, my home […]

JM Barrie and The Gardens of Imagination

By Paul Millward “On these magic shores children at play are for ever beaching their coracles. We too have been […]

The ‘Wonder’ of Ann Patchett

By Amanda Festa   This September, the Literary Traveler Book Club will be discussing Ann Patchett’s 2011 novel, State of […]

Man’s Last Chance: Impressions of Central America

By Klas Lundström Think about isolated zones, and you’ll end up in Latin America’s most gridlocked valleys: the Mosquito Coast, in […]