Susan Harlan

Susan Harlan

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Susan is an English professor at Wake Forest University and a writer. Please visit her website: susan-harlan.com

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NOWHERE — Marfa, Texas

“If you are interested in a thing it is interesting, and if you are not it is not.”—Donald Judd

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #10: The Greenhouse

Last June, I started this column by writing about my collection of vintage Paris travel guides.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #9: The Red Caboose

Trying to see the future.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #7: The Incredible Christmas Place

On the largest Christmas store in the South, where people quite literally go to die.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #6: In the City of the Dead

The best thing about dead people is that they are not drunk and annoying.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #5: The Hauntings of Vincent Van Gogh

A small French town, a houseboat, and a dead artist.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #4: Souvenir Shop

Travelers are supposed to hate souvenirs, but I just can't.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #3: The Dresser

On an enormous and haunting chest of drawers in High Point, North Carolina.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #2: Hotel Normandie

A ruined Puerto Rican hotel with an illustrious ocean liner-inspired past.

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NOWHERE — The Nostalgic Traveler #1: Old Paris by the Book

Paris travel guides, through the ages.