Archives for September 2013

Doorways into Dante’s World

By Jessica Monk Dante’s Italian epic poem, The Divine Comedy, is a work as rich and populous as a walled […]

The Eye of the Beholder: Millicent Rogers and the Art of Taos

By Jessica Monk “There is no paying life in advance for what it must do to you. It asks of […]

Jedediah Hawkins Inn: Historic Charm on Long Island’s North Fork

By Literary Traveler About 80 miles east of Manhattan you’ll find the North Fork of Long Island — a cozy […]

London By Literature

By Jamie Worcester The dust of ages swirls and falls, staining walls, darkening glass, coating surfaces, clogging lungs. Bricks, leaves, […]

A Night in the Library: Gladstone’s Library, Wales

By Jack Callahan For the literary traveler, finding an accommodation that fits both your budget and the theme of your […]