Review of Cosmopolis: The Movie

By Antoinette Weil When I chose to watch Cosmopolis as part of our Literary “Fauxscars” segment, I went in with […]

The Long Last Ride of John Kennedy Toole

By William Caverlee Biloxi, Mississippi, is only eighty-seven miles from New Orleans, a brief drive up US 90, along the […]

Interview with B.A. Shapiro, Author of The Art Forger

Questions and introduction by Carly Cassano; Interview executed by Francis McGovern The Literary Traveler Boston team recently had the opportunity […]

Robinson Jeffers: The Poet and Stone Mason of Tor House

By Victor A. Walsh Carmel by the Sea was a wild, sparsely populated place when the California poet Robinson Jeffers […]

The Hotel Monteleone: New Orleans Literary Landmark

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse Everybody is nothing until you love them. –Tennessee Williams, The Rose Tattoo The Hotel Chelsea in […]

Literary Traveler: Audrey Schulman

Today, in the auditorium of the Cambridge Public Library on Cambridge Street, Audrey Schulman is a well-traveled mother, successful novelist and entrepreneur.

It’s Not Even Past: William Faulkner In Present-Day Oxford

By Tyler Malone I was racing against time. Specifically, the clock. I had hours of sunlight left, but not much […]

Interview with Dennis Lehane, Novelist and Bostonian

Interview by Francis McGovern; Introduction by Amanda Festa At Literary Traveler, we’re fascinated by the places that inspire writers, which is […]

The Spirit of Salem: The Hawthorne Hotel

by Wes Newbury “The place isn’t haunted,” insists Juli Lederhaus, general manager of Salem’s Hawthorne Hotel. “There’s no documentation. People tell […]

Coffee and Bob Kaufman, Poet of the People

By Kerry Lee When I step through the door and catch that first, redolent wisp, that rich, provocative bouquet that […]