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Author Archive

A.N. Devers
A Pilgrim’s Drunken Progress Starting on the "Mayflower," the Pilgrims had a complicated relationship with alcohol—one modern history tends to ignore.
The Father and Son Who Believed in Faeries Charles Altamont Doyle was a talented artist, sometimes depressive, and a believer in fairies—a trait he passed along to his son, Arthur Conan Doyle
House Hunters Visiting an author's home is a curious endeavor. What do we expect from these literary pilgrimages?
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