I am Not an Original Groundling

By Michael Hartigan (From the Literary Traveler Archive) I am not an original Groundling. Nor could I ever be, what […]

Hemingway in the Snow

Hemingway’s tracks in the snow are easy to follow. This was the Hemingway of the 20’s. Back from the Great War, Hemingway was still on his way. A reporter based in Paris for the Toronto Star, a roving correspondent writing down what he saw in typical staccato sentences; he was juggling a vast appetite for life and a tiny budget.

Norway’s Native Children

By Julie Hatfield In preparing for a cruise along the coast of Norway last summer, I asked the cruise ship […]

Buddhism the Jack Kerouac Way: A South Korean Templestay

By Ailsa Ross Jack Kerouac’s novel, The Dharma Bums, is so full of sweet words and joy that every line […]

The Faces of Vincent van Gogh

By Kerry Lee “I have moments when I am twisted with enthusiasm or madness or prophecy, like a Greek Oracle […]

Hannah’s Dream: A Conversation with the Granddaughter of Welsh Poet Dylan Thomas

Literary Traveler is honored to publish the following interview with Jill Paris, author of Life is Like a Walking Safari, and Hannah […]

Lauramania: A Tour of De Smet, South Dakota

By Teresa Bergen I was halfway through the tour before I realized I’d read the wrong Little House book to […]

Pauline Johnson: A Mohawk Poet

By Ruth Kozak If you visit Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, be sure to spend some time at one of Vancouver’s […]

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 […]

Hotel du Pont Royal: Paris, France

By Kelsey Liebenson-Morse “There is never any ending to Paris, and the memory of each person who has lived in it […]