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Nigel Beale is founder and editor of Literarytourist.com . A well known freelance writer/broadcaster, he specializes in writing about books and travel. In his role as host of The Biblio File podcast he has interviewed many of the world´s great authors, plus accomplished publishers, booksellers, editors, book collectors, librarians and sundry other biblio folk. In his role as owner of www.literarytourist.com he travels the world visiting bookshops, and consulting with cities and institutions helping them to attract cultural tourists.
- The Biblio FileHost/Producer, 2006 - present
- Nigel Beale & Associates Ltd.President, 1989 - present
- Literarytourist.comFounder & Editorial Director, 2010 - present
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » How to attract Literary Tourists, by...
Herman Melville's Arrowhead, Pittsfield, MA. A version of this article was first published at economicdevelopment.org. I know there is a str
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » From The Bookman in Chilliwack, B.C....
Video: Literary Tourist Destination of the Day – A&E Books, Mallorytown, Ontario. This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 at 8:19
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Writer houses promise to tell us som...
Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House, Concord, MA. I like what Chris Routledge has to say here. “Writers' houses are big business now of course
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Literary Tourism, a cheap appropriat...
Quoting Randy Malamud's article on literary tourism in The Chronicle of Higher Learning, professor and 10 day student trip abroad specialist
Québec vu par les écrivains | Stéphanie Morin | Québec
Depuis des siècles, la ville de Québec inspire poètes et écrivains. Ses rues servent de toile de fond à des romans, des polars, des chansons
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Rediscover the joy of writing, in Du...
Source: Wiki Commons. This in from Ellen Girardeau Kempler: “Tired of measuring success in words, pages & sales? Our ideas for life & travel
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Another reason for the Literary Tour...
The Barack Obama Foundation selects Chicago as home for future Barack Obama Presidential Center. The President and First Lady reflect on the
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Literary Tourist hits Rare Book Scho...
This entry was posted on Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 at 3:04 PM and is filed under Charlottesville. You can follow any responses to this entry th
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » A special reading of Yeats’ poetry i...
This from Yeats2015.com: A special reading of Yeats' poetry is happening on almost every day this year* (2015) in one of Sligo's oldest pubs
Harvard Library’s “Cold Storage” - The Fine Books Blog
Last month, the Harvard MetaLAB released Cold Storage, a mini-documentary about the Harvard Depository (HD), a 127000-square-foot “guarded c
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Audio: Interview with Simon Dardick ...
Audio: Interview with Simon Dardick on Vehicule Press. I met with publisher Simon Dardick last year at his home office in Montreal to talk a
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Why Literary Tourism?
This from Geoff Bendeck in the Los Angeles Review of Books: “…what, exactly, do we expect to find when we seek out the homes and graves of o
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Don´t Miss the Grimsby, Ontario Wayz...
Annual Bookarts Fair Join us for the 37th Year of Wayzgoose! FREE ADMISSION!! always the last Saturday in April! April 25, 2015, 9am – 5pm.
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » The Lyell Lectures 2015
I´ll be in Charlottesville, VA next week getting a tour of the Rare Book School at the University of Virginia. Unfortunately its director Mi
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Literary Tourist Destination of the ...
This entry was posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 at 12:06 PM and is filed under Bookstores, Mallorytown. You can follow any responses to
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » The Literary Tourist and Clinical De...
Lift locks at Peterborough, Ontario. There is a pattern in my life. Every six or seven years (it started at age 28), I fall into a severe cl
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here
This from the Hoodline, San Francisco neighborhood news: “In Baghdad on March 5th, 2007, a car bomb destroyed much of Al-Mutanabbi Street, t
Literary Tourist | » Blog Archive » Oscar Wilde and Jian Ghomeshi
There are some interesting parallels between the circumstances surrounding the trials of Oscar Wilde and the situation that Jian Ghomeshi no