Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, The Citizen-Soldier

By Victor A. Walsh There can be no home without a country, and no life without honor. ~ Joshua Lawrence […]

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 […]

Safe, Solo, and Female: How to Book a Room of One’s Own and Have the Best Trip of Your Life

by Jessica Monk It’s a cliché but traveling alone really does help you rediscover the self that’s buried under the […]

The Summer of Gatsby

Here at Literary Traveler we are enjoying the summer sun with a side of Gatsby.  For a refresher course on […]

Day Trippin’ with Literary Traveler

By Carly Cassano Literary Traveler is proud to have featured articles about artists from all over the world—some well-known, others […]

National Geographic’s “Found” Blog Offers Endless Travel Inspiration

By Katy Kelleher For a travel writer and photography enthusiast, there are few publications more inspiring than National Geographic. Ever […]

Apps for the Adventurous: Dublin Ireland’s “Storymap”

By Jessica Ellen Monk A common frustration experienced by tourists on city-breaks is the feeling of being: “on ‘the wrong […]

Coffee, Cigarettes, and Revolution: Cuba on the Verge of Change

By Wes Newbury The coffee is strong and sweet, served in a white plastic cup no bigger than a shot glass. […]

Journeys from Words: One Literary Traveler Reflects

By Andrew Scott A good imagination can be swifter and safer than any known means of transport today. Pleasant platitude […]

Happy Birthday, Julia: Celebrating the Centenary of a Culinary Icon

by Amanda Festa  One of my most vivid memories of childhood is the distinct voice of Julia Child wafting, or […]