Creative Spaces: Historic Literary Sites

Last week I attended a great gathering of literary historical sites from around New England. As the official representative for the New England Museum Association, I was glad to offer possible ways we could help this highly motivated and energizing group get the results they’re hoping for. (After all, a number of the organizations represented are already NEMA members!)

On a personal level, as a writer and a fan of literary travel, it was inspiring to spend a day with people who love literary history as much as I do. (More on that later over on Sea Dreams and Time Machines!)

Meanwhile, Jill’s written up a great summary of the day, which I share with you here.

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