Literary Travel Stories

YOUR VACATION IN LIGHTS: Fast Track to Harlem (Post, November 27, 2005)
The Words on the Street: In New York, 96 Reasons To Lower Your Gaze (Post, October 30, 2005)
Wherefore Art Thou, Bard? Stratford. (Post, September 18, 2005)
Boston's Alcott Trail: Little Women Slept Here (Post, October 31, 2004)
Re-Joyce in Dublin: For Bloomsday, a Trail of Literary Sites (Post, June 13, 2004)
overnight success: In Vermont, Kipling's Bedtime Stories (Post, February 1, 2004)
In London, Paging All Bibliophiles (Post, January 25, 2004)
THEIR TOWN | People We Like and the Places They Love: Baltimore, Wrapped In Mystery (Post, January 18, 2004)
In England, Tolkien Gestures (Post, December 14, 2003)
shop op: In Portland, Ore., a Best Seller? (Post, November 16, 2003)
SHOP OP: San Francisco's Book Smarts (Post, October 19, 2003)
THEIR TOWN | People We Like and the Places They Love: Derek Walcott: A Poet's Ode to St. Lucia (Post, October 19, 2003)
Miami: A Literary Loop: You've Read the Books, Now See the City (Post, December 22, 2002)
'And here were forests ancient as the hills': 200 years ago, poets Coleridge and Wordsworth walked and talked their way through England's Somerset countryside. Last month, two fans picked up their trail. (Post, October 27, 2002)
In Santa Barbara, 'T' Is for Tour Guide: Mystery Writer Sue Grafton Shows Off Her Home Town (Post, September 8, 2002)
A Heartfelt Triestemonial (Post, July 21, 2002)
THE WORD ON . . .: Graham Greene (Post, January 6, 2002)
M-I-C . . .You Elsewhere (By Michael Dirda, December 16, 2001)
SHOP OP: In Oregon, Just Readin' in the Rain (Post, December 2, 2001)
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