“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 […]

Safe, Solo, and Female: How to Book a Room of One’s Own and Have the Best Trip of Your Life

by Jessica Monk It’s a cliché but traveling alone really does help you rediscover the self that’s buried under the […]

A Rare Vintage: A Taste of Long Island Wine Country

By Jessica Monk When I put my nose into the glass and inhaled an aroma that exactly matched what I […]

Irish Day Tours: History, Scenery, Lit & Laughs

By Antoinette Weil At Literary Traveler, we encourage our readers to travel. We specifically feature a varied selection of literary […]

Powell’s Books: Portland’s Iconic Independent Bookstore

By Alyssa Smith Ranked higher than a visit to the International Rose Test Garden or a bite from one of […]

Doorways into Dante’s World

By Jessica Monk Dante’s Italian epic poem, The Divine Comedy, is a work as rich and populous as a walled […]

Beyond Joyce: Exploring Literary Dublin

By Caitlin O’Hara As an Irish citizen with family in the southeast corner of the country, I have visited Ireland […]

Connecticut: A Literary Pilgrimage

By Jamie Worcester “There was no style of living to be compared with the simple, dignified order of a true […]

Literary Travels and Lobster Rolls — A Weekend on Martha’s Vineyard

By Caitlin O’Hara Is it ever thus, at the end of things? Does any woman ever count the grains of […]

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 […]