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Literary Tourism: Lisbon and Porto, Portugal

I think it’s only fair to start off by saying that Lisbon has completely and totally captured my heart. What ...

Literary Tourism: The Thriving Dallas Literary Scene

The Dallas literary scene is buzzing. Indie bookshops. Author readings. Smart literary publications. Even high tea, surrounded by curated coffee ...

Local, Radical, Memorable: October Books

A reader recalls a favorite independent bookstore in Southampton in the UK. Hear all about radical bookshop October Books.

Literary Tourism: Kansas City, MO

Although I’ve called Kansas City my home for the last five years, I’ll try to stay unbiased when I say ...

Literary Tourism: Copenhagen, Denmark

Ahh, Copenhagen. The Nordic city of bicycles, palaces, and fairy tales. As someone who likes to indulge in literary tourist ...

Books In The Book Town: Books Set in Wigtown, Scotland

Also known as Scotland’s National Booktown, Wigtown has seven bookshops for the 1,000 purported (I’d guess it’s less but who am ...

Literary Tourism: Indianapolis (and Surrounding Suburbs), Indiana

I recently moved to an Indianapolis suburb and am still learning all the ins and outs of my new home. ...

What It’s Like to Use the Hogwarts Library

In this post, an Oxford local talks about what it's like to use the Bodleian Library, best known on screen as the Hogwarts Library.

Literary Tourism: Salem, Massachusetts

I’m lucky to live in one of the most literary small cities on the East Coast. Well, in Massachusetts, anyway. ...

Literary Tourism: Baltimore, Maryland

Discover bookish Baltimore: a city of literary delights! In 1987 the mayor of Baltimore dubbed it “the city that reads.” ...

Literary Tourism: Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville is a bustling, colorful city full of music, food, culture, and a wealth of literary destinations. I was a ...

Literary Tourism: Alaska’s Mat-Su Valley

Welcome to Alaska’s Mat-Su Valley! I’m so glad you’re here. In Alaska’s Mat-Su Valley (short for Matanuska-Susitna), we’re surrounded by ...

A Book Lover’s Guide to Mexico City

Mexico City was a book lover’s dream, full of open-air bookstores, magical libraries, and fantastic places to read. I visited ...

Literary Tourism: OZ’s Real Emerald City – Sydney, Australia

Take a literary tour around Sydney (Australia) and discover the Wonderful Reading of Oz: Emerald City edition.

How to Visit Platform Nine And Three Quarters

When you read a lot of children’s books, and then accidentally on purpose study it at University, you develop a ...