Writers

Where famous writers were born, lived, and died

Here you’ll find posts about birthplaces, homes, and graves of great authors and playwrights such as Shakespeare, Agatha Christie, Charles Dickens, and Virginia Woolf.

The Grave of Charles Kingsley, author of The Water Babies

Jane Austen’s Birthplace, Steventon, UK

A Visit To Lord Tennysons House, Isle of Wight, UK

C.S. Lewis’ Grave, Headington, Oxford 

Beren and Luthien – J.R.R. Tolkien’s Grave, Wolvercote, Oxford

George Orwell’s Grave, Sutton Courtenay

The Art of The Author – Douglas Coupland’s Visual Art, Vancouver

Seeking Sherlock – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Grave, Minstead, UK

Follow the Footsteps of The BFG – Roald Dahl’s Grave, Great Missenden

Uppark – Where HG Wells Discovered the Morlocks and Mars

Where Tolkien Taught – Merton College, Oxford

Following Famous Writers around Reading – Oscar Wilde & Jane Austen

Aldous Huxley’s Grave, Compton, UK

Charles Dickens Birthplace

Exploring Highgate Cemetery

Lewis Carrolls Grave, Guildford

Visiting Batemans, the Home of Rudyard Kipling

Visiting Alice Liddells Grave

Visiting Virginia Woolf – A Trip to Monk’s House

Jane Austen’s Grave

A Visit to The Charles Dickens Museum, London

Agatha Christie’s Grave, Cholsey, UK

Literary Paris – Oscar Wilde’s Grave Alexander Dumas and Victor Hugo’s Tombs and more

William Shakespeare’s grave

Posts about writers

Terry Pratchett: His World, Salisbury Museum, UK

An Open Fan Letter to Sir Terry Pratchett

The Princess who Loved Words: Farewell Carrie Fisher

The Crow Road – A Few Words about Iain Banks

 

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