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 […]

Literary Destination: The Fitzgerald Museum in Montgomery, Alabama

When we imagine F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda, we tend to think of them in some New York […]

Festival Season Preview: The Hay Festival Returns to Kells

by G.J. Schear Kells. The very name suggests books. One of the most famous in the world, The Book of […]

Bookstore Review: Word, A Haven for Bookish Types in Brooklyn

by Haley Houseman On a bright and sunny corner of hip Greenpoint, there is 850 square feet set aside for […]

A Weekend Away: The Quickie Culture Guide to Prague

by Audrey Burns Prague, the beautiful and historic capital of the Czech Republic, was home to Bohemian kings and queens, […]

The Importance of Empathy: Walking in Loung Ung’s Footsteps in Cambodia

By Katie Steinharter They say that at the end of the day, we’re all not that different. I disagree. Life […]

In Search of the Goddess: Following the Call to Kildare, Ireland

by Ruth Knafo Setton I hear the call in the deep heart’s core. – William Butler Yeats I heard it across […]

Po’boys and Naughty Girls in N’awlins – The Land of Dreamy Dreams that Defies “Objective” Reality

Destination:  New Orleans, Louisiana Dates: October 7 – 14, 2014 (7 nights) For more information on this trip please contact Literary Traveler. […]

Choose Your Own Adventure: Bus Trips to Spark Your Wanderlust

By Amanda Festa The idea of the road trip is magic. It is a different kind of travel, about the […]

La Belle Helene: A Rare Discovery at Greece’s Mycenae

By Albert Englehardt “See, here is the German archaeologist Wilhelm Dörpfeld’s signature, and here is Agatha Christie’s, and over there is […]