Archives for December 2012

In My Suitcase: Canon Rebel T3i

By Katy Kelleher This is a review of the Canon Rebel T3i. I think it is a wonderful camera, with […]

Review of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

By Katy Kelleher When Peter Jackson took on the gargantuan task of adapting Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings series for […]

Puccini of Lucca, Italy

By James Clark Lucca, Italy is a beautiful town surrounded by a 12 metre thick and 25 metre high 16th century […]

Dickens’ A Christmas Carol: Interview with Performer Mike Randall

By Carly Cassano Did you know Charles Dickens traveled throughout Europe and the Americas performing an edited version of his […]

Christmas by the Book: Literature to Make Your Heart Grow Three Sizes

By Amanda Festa Some of my favorite memories of childhood are of the holiday season.  Sparkling twinkle lights decorating houses, […]

The Long Last Ride of John Kennedy Toole

By William Caverlee Biloxi, Mississippi, is only eighty-seven miles from New Orleans, a brief drive up US 90, along the […]

Book Review: The Casual Vacancy

J.K. Rowling hit literary (and literal) gold when she wrote Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. The series made her […]

The Magic of Moleskine

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse “To lose a passport was the least of one’s worries. To lose a notebook was a […]

That Black, Dragon-Haunted Pass: The Mystery of Lermontov’s Caucasus

By Tara Isabella Burton “I was traveling along the military road back from Tiflis.” So begins Mikhail Lermontov’s 1833 A […]

Literary Traveler Holiday Gift Guide 2012

By Amanda Festa Looking for the perfect gift for the Literary Traveler in your life?  Look no further.  1. For […]