Postcards tagged: Literary
BROOKLYN – I've always wanted to go to Comic-Con but have never made it. How different could Austen-Con be? Watch what happens when 750 Jane Austen fans gather in period costume.
If you can't have Paris under your feet, you can have it in your imagination. Here's a highly subjective reading list of our favorite books about the City of Lights.
THE ALPS, Italy – In a castle with Ezra Pound's daughter, writer Terese Svoboda drinks schnapps, tends to wounds, and shares a crystallizing moment with a budding chocolatier.
Karen Russell's imaginative debut novel pulls you deep into the mythical waters of the Florida Everglades.
NEW YORK – A real club, in my experience, is bound by tradition and would sooner burn itself down than admit anyone wearing sunglasses at night.
PARIS – The private underground hammam pool is free for guests. Can you think of a better way to end a hard day in Paris than swimming naked in your secluded candlelit grotto?
PARIS – Where did Hemingway live and drink in the 1920s? Where is David Sedaris reading next month? We have the list of Paris literary haunts both past and present.