On a recent literary tour to Red Cloud, Nebraska, Michelle DeRusha stayed in the room Willa Cather slept in when she was in town, half-hopeful, half-leery Willa’s ghost would visit.
If you should find yourself traveling the Oregon-California Trail, be sure to stop at Independence Rock. It’ll have you wanting to make your mark.
The exhibit suggested Georgia O’Keeffe painted to make the intangible, such as her feelings, more tangible.
I realize the children of Alcatraz prison staff once played on one end of the island and rode a ferry to San Francisco to attend school.
Just in time for Children’s Book Week, we visit the children’s book exhibit, The ABC of It, at the New York Public Library.
T.S. Poetry Press is doing its part to ensure that on your next trip to New York City, the endless river of books will still be flowing freely.
We like to think Tweetspeak Love arises because of the care we take to help people explore their hearts and souls, and the measure of their power with words.
A seed of serendipity led us to the Cafe Rx, located inside the Thoreau Center for Sustainability in the Presidio, a national park set in San Francisco, California.
Faulkner House Books is a literary landmark in New Orleans – the place where William Faulkner wrote stories, poems and the novel “Soldier’s Pay.”
While oft celebrated as a meticulous Pop artist with recognizable use of color, line, and shape, Charity Singleton Craig sees Robert Indiana as a poet, novelist and memoirist.
On literary tours we often stop at places such as the Palm Springs Art Museum, to enjoy a visual feast.
In today’s literary tour, Kathryn Neel takes us into the jungle off the Atlantic coast in Florida for a colorful tour of the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Visit Cassadaga, a small Florida town that is a cross between Mayberry and The Twilight Zone, with a dash of Old West ghost town.
Tweetspeak Literary Tours take us many places. This time we visit Rex Hausmann’s Max-a-mal Exhibit at The Cody Center on the grounds of Laity Lodge retreat center.
Poets House is a place of reclamation, of your past and of your future.
Our virtual Literary Tours travels to the villages of Sleepy Hollow and neighboring Tarrytown, New York, to visit Washington Irving’s home, “Sunnyside.”
Check out our whirlwind virtual tour of New York City, then plan your own amazing visit!
Artist Dates help us learn how to become a better writer. Today, we only have one hour to tour an art museum with Dolly Lee. Let’s get started.
Take a photo tour of the Mark Twain House and Museum with us, learning about the beloved author’s writing career, business acumen and writing habits.
Take the Wallace Stevens Walk with us, following the stones engraved with the stanzas of “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird” in Hartford, Connecticut.