Not just any map: an Adirondack literary map
Thanks to the folks at the Adirondack Center for Writing we now have a map that shows the locations of Adirondack references in important literary works. It’s fun.
From the ACW website:
If you live in the Adirondacks or are planning a trip here, the Literary Map anchors the work of writers like Plath, Theodore Dreiser, and Joyce Carol Oates to their inspiration in the Park. In addition to visiting writers, we feature prominent local authors like Russell Banks and Joe Bruchac, and the work of any published writer influenced directly or indirectly by the Adirondacks.
Here’s the direct link to the map.