Literary Tourist in Montreal The first time I hit Montreal as an adult was in 1984. A group of about 25 of us from the[…]
Free and open to the public, Poets House’s 50,000-volume poetry library is among the most comprehensive, open-stacks collections of poetry in the United States.
Literary Tourists are a hard breed to define. Some like to visit places that appear in novels, others to walk along the footpaths that inspired[…]
While there is no ‘great Houston Novel,’ a lot of good stories have come out of the city, many of which are told in David[…]
I am presently moved by sundrenched Parthenopea, my thanks are for you, Ischia, to whom a fair wind has brought me rejoicing with dear friends[…]
Literary Tourist interview with Emelia Hugill Fontanel, Assistant Curator, Cary Graphic Arts Collection, Rochester Institute of Technology, on famed typeface designer Frederic Goudy.