Holden Caulfield in Winter Manhattan

by Jennifer Ciotta,   Holden Caulfield generates so much inspirational buzz, he needs no introduction.  This immortal character, star of […]

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 […]

Travel for Women, Minus the Baggage: 8 Things We Learned at the Women’s Travel Fest

By Jessica Monk “I think that as women we’ve got the same messages since little girls. If you think of […]

The Legendary Hotel Elysée: Last Home of Tennessee Williams

by Jessica Monk Despite witnessing the color and culture shock of the twentieth century, the atmosphere at the Hotel Elysée […]

Love on the Road: An Anthology of Love and (Wander)Lust

By Amanda Festa “My message will make sense to those who are willing to listen…who appreciate contradiction, nuance, and who […]

One’s Self and the Other: NYC and The History of Love

I was standing alone in the Buhre Avenue station, waiting for the number six train to arrive and bring me downtown, where I would attend a going-away party for friends who would not be coming back, mourning a loss that had not yet occurred.

Queen Mary 2 Interview with Author Joanne Harris

Interview by Jennifer Ciotta; Introduction by Carly Cassano It was a pleasure for Literary Traveler founder, Francis McGovern, and editor-at-large, […]

Queen Mary 2 Interview with Author Bill Bryson

Interview by Francis McGovern; Introduction by Carly Cassano It was a pleasure for Literary Traveler founder, Francis McGovern, and editor-at-large, […]

Mad Men, Creating a Perfect World on the Avenue of Dreams

by Paul Millward Advertising is based on one thing: Happiness. It’s the smell of a new car. It’s freedom, from […]

O’Henry and The Gift of the Magi

By Mary Pat Musick Do you remember the first time reading O’Henry’s The Gift of the Magi? Do you recall […]