Posts Tagged: writers’ houses

On Writers’ Houses


Visiting writers’ houses does align with everyone’s preferences. This kind of literary tourism isn’t necessarily useful to understanding the artistic sensibilities of the writer who once inhabited it, or is it? April Bernard discusses the internal turmoil that these visits incite: “Here’s what I hate about Writers’ Houses: the basic mistakes. That art can be […]


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