Archives for May 2013

Exploring the Origins of the Charleston

By Antoinette Weil My recent trip to Charleston, South Carolina was incredible.  I have wanted to visit the city for […]

If The Shoe Fits: A Hiker’s Dream Boot

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse “It had only to do with what it felt like to be wild. With what it was […]

Gatsby: Under the Red, White, and Blue

By Jessica Monk Did you know that F. Scott Fitzgerald was distantly related to the man who composed “The Star-Spangled […]

The Faces of Vincent van Gogh

By Kerry Lee “I have moments when I am twisted with enthusiasm or madness or prophecy, like a Greek Oracle […]

Hannah’s Dream: A Conversation with the Granddaughter of Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas

Literary Traveler is honored to publish the following interview with Jill Paris, author of Life is Like a Walking Safari, and Hannah […]

Literary Traveler to Bring Writers’ Journeys to Television

By Francis McGovern Literary Traveler is excited to announce that we are turning our much-loved website into a series for […]

Book Bound on World Book Night 2013!

By Antoinette Weil and Amanda Festa Literary Traveler was excited to take part in World Book Night – an annual […]

Author and Editor Jennifer Ciotta Talks Publishing and Putin

By Amanda Festa On April 11th, Literary Traveler hosted author and editor Jennifer Ciotta at the Armory in Somerville for […]