Tag Archives: Literary Monuments

Edinburgh is a Literature Lover’s Paradise

Edinburgh’s Literary Sites are Everywhere. Edinburgh is a magical place. You can spend an entire slow-paced week or enjoy a weekend in Edinburgh. It’s wonderful! Scotland’s well known city is not only one of the most popular destinations for visitors, but it’s a UNESCO City of Literature. A book lover’s dream come true. I mean, […]

Spooky Literary Delight: Things to Do in Salem MA

things to do in salem

Things to Do in Salem MA Fall is the best time for doing things in Salem. October is finally here! Yay! Are you ready for some awesome spooky weeks? I know I am! Readers, I have to tell you that October has always been one of my favorite months. And really, is it any surprise […]

The Best Bookish Cities in Europe

beginners guide to Porto

Europe’s Best Bookish Cities Are you ready for some literary wanderlust? I know I am! As an English teacher, I feel like it’s my super special duty to promote literature destinations – of all shapes and sizes – from around the globe! I love books (and they love me)! Some travelers seek out authentic street […]

In Honor of #Shakespeare400: A Photo Essay of Stratford-Upon-Avon

Shakespeare400

Today, April 23rd 2016, marks 400 years after William Shakespeare’s death. To be honest, I had no idea such a huge literary anniversary loomed on the horizon. Blame excessive lesson planning and exhaustion. I feel like I ought to turn in my “English Nerd” card, but I digress. Besides J.K. Rowling and Oscar Wilde, I […]

A Literature Lover’s Advice for How to Visit Yeats in Scenic Drumcliff

visiting yeats in drumcliff

Happy (almost) Saint Patrick’s Day, Wayfarers! We need a post about Ireland to ring in the occasion, don’t we? Hmm. I think I’ll skip chatting about Guinness and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, though. I wanna talk about visiting Yeats in Drumcliff instead. Were you expecting anything different from me? The same girl who was heartbroken because she […]