October is Plan a Cruise Month!

October is the month to plan your cruise according to Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA.) The ability to plan a […]

Eating Europe Food Tours – Rome

While the rest of the world may talk about “Italian food”, the Romans talk only of “Roman food”. Each of […]

A Last-Minute Valentine’s Gift Guide for Literary Travelers

by Amy Munslow Valentine’s Day has a sly ability to sneak up on you. Between recovering from the last set of […]

Cranwell Resort and Spa: a History of Inspiration

by Francis McGovern one of my favorite memories from my stay was simply sitting outside and taking in views of […]

An Escape in Portland for Any Season

by Francis and Linda McGovern Sometimes the volume in our minds could use some turning down, a way to de-clutter […]

Room 101, for Teenage Girls: A conversation with Only Ever Yours Author Louise O’ Neill

by Jessica Monk an image flared in my mind’s eye. It was of a girl, she was 16, standing in […]

Hay Festival Brings Excitement and Surprises to Kells in County Meath

Words By Geri Schear The international Hay Festival will be returning to Kells, in County Meath for a third year this […]

Bookstore Review: Brattle Book Shop is Used Book Heaven

Words and Illustration by Haley Houseman. If you’re looking to fall down the rabbit hole of beatified vintage volumes, Boston’s […]

Bookstore Review: McNally Jackson, Where You Can Shop, Self-Publish, and Sip Espresso

Words and Illustration by Haley Houseman. With a lively social media presence and supportive atmosphere, McNally Jackson is out to […]

On Pizza in Naples and Flying Solo: Five Questions with Literary Traveler Contributor Ruth Setton

Here at Literary Traveler we’re blessed with a truly amazing roster of writers. In our new column, Five Questions, we […]