Buddhism the Jack Kerouac Way: A South Korean Templestay

By Ailsa Ross Jack Kerouac’s novel, The Dharma Bums, is so full of sweet words and joy that every line […]

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 […]

Lauramania: A Tour of De Smet, South Dakota

By Teresa Bergen I was halfway through the tour before I realized I’d read the wrong Little House book to […]

Pauline Johnson: A Mohawk Poet

By Ruth Kozak If you visit Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, be sure to spend some time at one of Vancouver’s […]

Day Trippin’ with Literary Traveler

By Carly Cassano Literary Traveler is proud to have featured articles about artists from all over the world—some well-known, others […]

Hotel du Pont Royal: Paris, France

By Kelsey Liebenson-Morse “There is never any ending to Paris, and the memory of each person who has lived in it […]

Apps for the Adventurous: Dublin Ireland’s “Storymap”

By Jessica Ellen Monk A common frustration experienced by tourists on city-breaks is the feeling of being: “on ‘the wrong […]

Living in Jhumpa Lahiri’s Kolkata

By Sam Tranum Jhumpa Lahiri says many of her stories focus on Boston because it was the first place her […]

Book Review: My Heart is an Idiot by Davy Rothbart

By Wes Newbury My Heart is an Idiot is an aptly-titled compilation of essays recounting Davy Rothbart’s years on the […]