Archives for October 2012

Can A Sleeping Bag Save You?

By Kelsey A. Liebenson-Morse Hypothermia happens when your core body temperature falls below normal, which can easily happen when you […]

It’s Not Even Past: William Faulkner In Present-Day Oxford

By Tyler Malone I was racing against time. Specifically, the clock. I had hours of sunlight left, but not much […]

Discovering Edna: A Visit To The Whitehall Inn

By Katy Kelleher One hundred years ago, The Whitehall Inn stood in front of Route 1 in Camden, Maine, just like […]

Interview with Dennis Lehane, Novelist and Bostonian

Interview by Francis McGovern; Introduction by Amanda Festa At Literary Traveler, we’re fascinated by the places that inspire writers, which is […]

The Spirit of Salem: The Hawthorne Hotel

by Wes Newbury “The place isn’t haunted,” insists Juli Lederhaus, general manager of Salem’s Hawthorne Hotel. “There’s no documentation. People tell […]

Socialism and Green Spaces: William Morris’s Walthamstow

By Peter Turner ‘Have you ever wondered why there’s so much suffering in the world?’ asked the suited young man. […]

Coffee and Bob Kaufman, Poet of the People

By Kerry Lee When I step through the door and catch that first, redolent wisp, that rich, provocative bouquet that […]

Literary Pit Stop: RiverRun Bookstore in Portsmouth, NH

By Katy Kelleher In the age of digital books and online shopping, it is harder than ever for an independent […]

A Visit to Harper Lee’s Monroeville

By Caroline Kerr Taylor It was a blistering hot and muggy August day when I arrived in Monroeville, Alabama. After […]

Disney World for Beginners: A Twentysomething’s Guide to the Magic Kingdom

By Amanda Festa   Growing up, my family took plenty of trips.  We traversed beaches and mountains and partook in […]