I Am Providence: The City that Made H.P. Lovecraft

by Robert Anasi I never can be tied to raw new things, For I first saw the light in an […]

Shirley Jackson’s Outsider Perspective of Bennington, Vermont

by Katy Kelleher Leaf season had already peaked and the famous green mountains had faded to a burnished gold. The […]

The Real Story Behind Dickens’ A Christmas Carol

By Paul Millward, “A Merry Christmas, uncle! God save you!” says Fred to Scrooge in the opening pages of A […]

IPEVO SuperCharger: The Multi-Tasking Traveler’s New Best Friend

By Antoinette Weil We at Literary Traveler worship books, and as such I don’t think any of us would admit […]

Literary Traveler Holiday Gift Guide 2013

The closer we get to Thanksgiving (and Black Friday), the more our inboxes are inundated with guides to the newest, […]

Ode to England Inspired by Kazuo Ishiguro

by Zoe Smith “Memories, even your most precious ones, fade surprisingly quickly. But I don’t go along with that. The […]

Ponies & Tranquility, Jane Austen’s New Forest

by Janet Halliday Trees in thick green leaf fuzz the banks of the Beaulieu River. The foliage wall is pierced […]

Jane Austen, A Beloved Friend in Chawton

by Helen Palmer It took a life-threatening illness and months of enforced convalescence to finally arrive at the home of […]

Of Dreams and Dolls: American Girls and the Spirit of Exploration

by Katy Kelleher The first American Girl Dolls were released in 1986 by Pleasant Company, which had yet to be […]

Apocalypse Now, A Film History & the Sacrificial Water Buffalo

by Simon Glassock Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now is one of the most famous of all Hollywood films. It is […]