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Tracing the remarkable story of Mabel Dodge Luhan and D H Lawrence in Taos, New Mexico
On the trail of D H Lawrence in New Mexico
Evocative literary walks and walking weekends exploring landscapes and writers
A weekend walking trail exploring the life and work of John Clare
A guide to literary festivals in the UK, with link details
A literary guide to Berlin, exploring Weimar and beyond
A literary guide to Yorkshire, including the Bronte sisters, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath, and many other writers
Exploring the life and work of Virginia Woolf and members of the Bloomsbury Group
London Literary Trails: Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and 18th century London
A literary trial exploring the key locations connected with Virginia Woolf and members of the Bloomsbury Group
Walks in and around Lyme Regis exploring the stunning Dorset landscape and coastline associated with The French Lieutenant s Woman and Persuasion
A tour through literary Wessex and the south west of England, starting and finishing in London.
How I learned to love the Kindle
A unique trail of Gods Heroes and Romantics in the classical world.
About Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire and 18th Century London
About George Herbert and his time as rector of St Andrews, Bemerton
Byron On Swimming The Hellespont - poem
A literary guide to William Wordsworth and the Lake District
A literary guide to William Wordsworth and Rydal Mount in the Lake District
A literary guide to William Wordsworth, Dove Cottage and Grasmere in the Lake District
A Guide to key Bloomsbury Group Locations
Walks in London inspired by the novels of Iris Murdoch
These Iris Murdoch Thames Walks trace the magnetic presence of the Thames in Iris Murdoch’s novels, from the Isle of Dogs to Cheyne Walk.
Anax's walk - one of a series of walks in London inspired by the novels of Iris Murdoch
A walk in Hyde Park inspired by the novels of Iris Murdoch
A literary travel guide to Ancient Greece and the Classical World
How translation changes books and travel can change the traveler
A Guide and Literary tour of Thomas Hardy's Dorset
A literary trail exploring the life and work of Dylan Thomas
A Guide to Dylan Thomas, New Quay and Under Milk Wood