WD1209Literary traveler Zachary Petit recommended Novel Destinations as one of five “Great Gifts for Writers” in the November/December issue of Writer’s Digest. Each one was selected by a different staffer.

Novel Destinations is featured as a gift For the Writer on the Road. Zachary, the magazine’s managing editor, described it as “a definitive travel guide for writers that venutres into all the literary corners most guidebooks overlook. Wildly useful for any getaway.” He suggests giving a copy of Novel Destinations in lieu of a plane ticket to Key West to visit the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum. If you can spring for both, it’s worth the trip — for the literary connection and also for the legendary cats who livCate thCat Pic 2ere and roam the house and gardens. You can meet Emily Dickinson (far right, who has the famous six toes), Archibald MacLeish (at right, lounging in Papa’s bedroom), and 50 or so of their friends.

Thanks, Zachary, for recommending Novel Destinations. We wish you and all the other literary travelers out there many memorable adventures!

[Feline photos courtesy of the Ernest Hemingway Home & Museum]