Archives for March 2014

“Put the Map Away” and Other Travel Tips from Samantha Brown

By Amanda Festa Literary Traveler recently attended the first Women’s Travel Fest in New York — one day, countless inspiring and […]

Emirates Airline Festival: A Literary Oasis Amid the Dazzle of Dubai

By Ann Kirkland It has been a long and brutal winter in Toronto. So, when I was invited to the […]

The Legendary Hotel Elysée: Last Home of Tennessee Williams

by Jessica Monk Despite witnessing the color and culture shock of the twentieth century, the atmosphere at the Hotel Elysée […]

“The wicked lie, that the past is always tense”: The Genius of Zadie Smith

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse …the wicked lie, that the past is always tense and the future, perfect. – Zadie Smith, White Teeth […]

The 2014 Literary Fauxscars: The Results are In!

By Amanda Festa The staff at Literary Traveler has spent a busy month reading, watching, and reviewing this year’s selection […]

The Adaption Comes Full Circle: The True Story of Philomena’s Lost Child

By Jessica Monk Ultimately the tragedy of the movie and its redemption turn out to be one and the same: […]