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Algonquin Hotel | Literary Tourism

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Literary notables and other artists of the 1920s famously met at the Algonquin Hotel for regular luncheons. Read more in Curiositales Magazine.

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Wethersfield | Literary Tourism

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Wethersfield, CT was founded in 1822 and is the setting of the childhood tale The Witch of Blackbird Pond. Read more at Curiositales Magazine.

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Parchment and Realms | Literary Cosplay

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Hailey is not only an animal lover and an artist. But also a literary cosplayer, an elven princess and a faerie! Read more in Curiositales Magazine!

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The Carousel Bar | Literary Tourism

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Within walking distance of The House of Blues is Hotel Monteleone. And within it’s The Carousel Bar, built in 1949. Read more in Curiositales Magazine.

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Around the World July 2019

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The Collectors Treasury, South Africa The Collectors Treasury is a bookstore in South Africa. It is known to be the biggest second-hand bookstore in the Southern hemisphere; but rest assured, the  Klass brothers  who have been running the store for over 40 years will be able to guide you through the 8 story emporium and locate […]

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Around the World June 2019

9 months ago

GAY’S THE WORD, UNITED KINGDOM As ebooks and other online sales providers push brick-and-mortar stores out of business, the LGBT community faces shut down of bookstores that also serve as gathering places. Gay’s The Word (London) remains open and provides a reminder to shop small. Independent bookstores do more than sell books, they champion authors and […]

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