Literary Halloween – Part I: 5 Costumes with Character

By Jessica Monk Halloween, I confess: I’ve failed you. My costumes have been offbeat, inappropriate, and dangerously conceptual. Being a […]

Looking back: Wharton, Fitzgerald, and Ourselves

By Caitlin O’Hara Think of favorite endings of books that really resonate: Levin and his revelation towards goodness at the end […]

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 […]

Before 50 Shades of Grey: 7 Classic Works of Erotic Literature

by Katy Kelleher It’s no secret that some members of the Literary Traveler staff are fans of the EL James […]

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 […]

The Library Hotel: Literary Luxury in New York City

By Amanda Festa Hotels belong to no one and everyone. They are temporary resting places, providing transient comfort when we […]

In the Kitchen with Literary Traveler: 7 Cookbooks Inspired by Literature

By Amanda Festa I’m not going to mince words here (although I am better at mincing words than I am […]

Literary Traveler to Bring Writers’ Journeys to Television

By Francis McGovern Literary Traveler is excited to announce that we are turning our much-loved website into a series for […]

Book Bound on World Book Night 2013!

By Antoinette Weil and Amanda Festa Literary Traveler was excited to take part in World Book Night – an annual […]

The 2013 Literary Fauxscars: And the Nominees are…

After much debate, multiple trips to the movie theater, and frequent log-ins to our Netflix accounts, we have researched our […]