Archives for November 2014

In Search of the Goddess: Following the Call to Kildare, Ireland

by Ruth Knafo Setton I hear the call in the deep heart’s core. – William Butler Yeats I heard it across […]

Literary Traveler Gift Guide: Great New Books for Everyone on Your List

by Katy Kelleher Thanksgiving has come and gone, which means one thing in American consumer culture: it’s time to start […]

A Creative Retreat at Mirbeau Inn & Spa

In early November, the Literary Traveler staff headed out for a retreat. We wanted to refresh our minds, to open […]

Bookstore Review: le lièvre de mars, Marseille, France

by Johanna Pittman Normally I’m not much of a book aesthete—despite a dislike of electronic reading, I’ve never been drawn […]

A Tender Evening in JR Moehringer’s “The Tender Bar”

By Jennifer Locke The local bar: it’s a place both mythologized and longed-for, a place Americans with packed schedules and […]