Discover Kerouac, Ginsberg and more with a visit to the Beat Museum in San Francisco’s North Beach.
Go back to the Neuberger Museum of Art at New York’s Purchase College with former museum staffer, Victoria Addesso in our latest Literary Tour.
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.
Faulkner House Books is a literary landmark in New Orleans – the place where William Faulkner wrote stories, poems and the novel “Soldier’s Pay.”
On literary tours we often stop at places such as the Palm Springs Art Museum, to enjoy a visual feast.
Literary Tours took me to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. As I hiked to the lookout, anticipation was building; I hadn’t expected the trail to be so short.
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.”
Henry James said that “no one fully knows our Edith who hasn’t seen her in the act of creating a habitat for herself.” Perhaps you can catch a small glimpse of Edith Wharton’s spirit in these images taken during a recent visit to The Mount, her Lenox, Mass., estate.