From Page to Picture: The Dilemmas of Adaptation

By Paul Millward, As someone who has always been hopelessly in love with both the printed word and the moving […]

“A Fitting Costume to Our Last Act:” Mary Shelley’s Alpine Redemption

by Danielle Pearson, When Mary Shelley looked at the Alps, she did not see mountains, lakes and trees. Instead, she […]

The Most Complete Derangement: William S. Burroughs and Ayahuasca

Words By Jana DeBusk, artwork by Elizabeth Lous. “This is the most powerful drug I have ever experienced. Yage is not […]

Who Was The Real Don Draper? Literary Traveler Investigates

By Alex Nicoll Don Draper is one of the most distinctive characters in the history of American television. From his slicked hair […]

Why I Love Biographies, Even If They’re Not Great: ‘Fire and Rain: The James Taylor Story’

By Antoinette Weil.  Fire and Rain is one of the most memorable and well known James Taylor songs, and is […]

Barry Hannah’s Late Love Song to Mississippi: “Get Some Young”

By William Caverlee. In devising his strange fictions, Mississippi’s Barry Hannah was nearer to a poet and musician than a […]

Letters To The Places We Miss The Most: Marlborough, New Zealand

Dear Marlborough, New Zealand, Last week, I was in a wine shop and saw your name on a Sauvignon Blanc […]

Discovering Morrissey’s Manchester

By Brian Baer Approaching my first Christmas in Manchester, UK, I bellied up to the bar in my favorite Portland […]

Love in Graphics: Reviewing Brian K. Vaughan’s Epic ‘Saga’

By Alina Sutherland Saga Vol. 1 opens with a singular image of a woman’s face. Her teeth clenching together, sweat […]

We Recommend This App: Trover, A Social Network for Travelers

By Alex Nicoll. Trover is an image-hosting app created by the founder of Expedia. In this age of Instagram, Facebook, […]