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A guide to literary festivals in the UK, with link details
Clouds Hill is the purest expression of the mind of T E Lawrence, this remarkable 'dreamer of the day'
London Tours and Literary Trails: A guide to Mozart in London, including private and group tours
A guided walk in the footsteps of Mrs Dalloway and Virginia Woolf
Tracing the remarkable story of Mabel Dodge Luhan and D H Lawrence in Taos, New Mexico
The raw power of the landscape pulses through the D H Lawrence's writing at the Kiowa Ranch
'It certainly changed me forever.' On the trail of D H Lawrence in New Mexico
A literary guide to Berlin, exploring Weimar and beyond
A walk from Owermoigne to Ringstead Bay in the footsteps of Lizzie Newberry in the Distracted Preacher by Thomas Hardy
The travel book guide takes you to great books for the literary traveller, including guide books, travel books, memoir, walking guides and more.
Walking The Literary Landscape sets out 20 classic walks for book-lovers in northern England, including full descriptions and OS maps
Love books? Love the outdoors? Then come walking with the Dorset Walking Book Club
On the trail of Samuel Johnson in London
The Virginia Woolf Trail explores the life and work of Virginia Woolf and members of the Bloomsbury Group
Virginia Woolf in Fitzroy Square explores crucial years in the writer's life when she began to find her voice
Peter Street takes us through the desert and beyond in search of D H Lawrence in New Mexico
Creative writing breaks that combine walks in some of the most spectacular landscapes in Britain with the time and space to respond creatively in poetry, prose, photography or drawing
T E Lawrence and Clouds Hill: 'Give me the luxuries and I will do without the essentials'
T E Lawrence, the Desert Campaign, and the legend of 'Lawrence of Arabia' which undermined his sense of self
A guide to Harnham, Salisbury
Exploring Venice through the writers drawn to this beautiful and mesmerizing city
Exploring the Venice of Hemingway and Ezra Pound
Venice, Caffe Florian and Casanova, a history of glamour, intrigue and the pursuit of pleasure
Exploring Venice and Marcel Proust
Figsbury Rings and E M Forster, a literary guide
A Guide to Salisbury Cathedral, Henry Fielding, William Golding
William Hazlitt, essayist, in Winterslow, near Salisbury
About Us: specialists in literary travel, literary tours and literary tourism
This year’s Daniel Owen Literary Festival, named after the foremost Welsh novelist of the nineteenth century, takes place from Saturday, October 13 to Saturday, October 20 in Mold, Flintshire. Events at this bi-lingual festival include:Dr. Angharad Price giving the annual Daniel Owen lecture in 2012Folk music with Sian James - a literary event with musicBook launch – the history of Mold by Bill PritchardA Heritage walk, talk, tea and cake with Christopher Williams, former Clwyd County Archivist, at Loggerheads Country ParkThis year’s programme is part of the long-term vision to establish a community arts and literature festival around the figurehead of Daniel Owen and his work – a writer, local businessman and politician and a Welsh national cultural figurehead.
What's on at this year's Bridport Literary Festival in Dorset