Archives for February 2016

Brooklyn: A Fable About Emigration Told from the Heart

by Jessica Monk I will begin this review with a warning, an emotional censor’s rating if you like. If you’re […]

In “Alive, Alive Oh!”, Diana Athill Remembers a Remarkable Life

By Mary Kate Costigan At 97 years old, Diana Athill has a lot of story to tell. Biographical details alone […]

The 2016 Literary Fauxscars: And the Oscar goes to…

by Melissa Sagendorph and Literary Traveler Staff The moment has arrived! Announcing the winners of this year’s  Literary Fauxscars. Acceptance […]

The 2016 Literary Fauxscars: And the Nominees are…

by Melissa Sagendorph So many novels are made into movies, but it’s rare that we get to look at them […]


Destination: Cuba Dates: April 13-24, 2016 For more information on this trip please contact Literary Traveler. 1-855-LIT-TRVL Readings: Secret Inventory of Havana […]

African-American Literary Journeys

by Sam Cochrane Travel opens up our eyes to the beautiful diversity of the human experience, and our bookshelves deserve the […]

Remembering Henry James

By Tava Hoag The month of February featured the return of many television dramas. People today crave television shows that […]

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” Gives an Unlikely Lesson in Adaptation, is Awesome While Doing So

by Mary Kate Costigan As a teenager, I once made a list of inaccuracies between Harry Potter and the Prisoner […]

A Last-Minute Valentine’s Gift Guide for Literary Travelers

by Amy Munslow Valentine’s Day has a sly ability to sneak up on you. Between recovering from the last set of […]

Literary Events to Get Excited About in 2016

by Mary Kate Costigan 2015 was a great year for all things literary. Harper Lee’s long, long awaited second novel, […]