Poe Places: An East Coast Journey in the Footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: Petersburg

After marrying his cousin, Virginia Clemm, then age 13, in the spring of 1836 in Richmond, Virginia the two departed for their honeymoon coming to Petersburg, Virginia. They stayed on the second floor of the Hiram Haines Coffee House, owned by poet and writer Hiram Haines and his wife Mary Ann, who was a childhoodContinue reading “Poe Places: An East Coast Journey in the Footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: Petersburg”

Poe Places: A Historical East Coast Journey in the Footsteps Of Edgar Allan Poe: Charlottesville

It’s taken me over three years thus far to travel up and down the East Coast in search of the places entwined with the history of poet and writer, Edgar Allan Poe. His works have been such an inspiration to my own pen muse and he birthed my love of poetry. And since I’m OCDContinue reading “Poe Places: A Historical East Coast Journey in the Footsteps Of Edgar Allan Poe: Charlottesville”

Poe Places: A Historical East Coast Journey in the Footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: South Carolina

It’s taken me over three years thus far to travel up and down the East Coast in search of the places entwined with the history of poet and writer, Edgar Allan Poe. His works have been such an inspiration to my own pen muse and he birthed my love of poetry. And since I’m OCDContinue reading “Poe Places: A Historical East Coast Journey in the Footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: South Carolina”

Poe Places: An historical East Coast journey in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: Baltimore

It’s taken me over three years thus far to travel up and down the East Coast in search of the places entwined with the history of poet and writer, Edgar Allan Poe. His works have been such an inspiration to my own pen muse and he birthed my love of poetry. And since I’m OCDContinue reading “Poe Places: An historical East Coast journey in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: Baltimore”

Poe Places: a historial East Coast journey in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: Philadelphia

It’s taken me over two year’s thus far  to travel up and down the East Coast in search of the notable places of poet and writer, Edgar Allan Poe. His works have been a notable muse to my own writing and the birth of my love of poetry. And since I’m OCD about everything, itContinue reading “Poe Places: a historial East Coast journey in the footsteps of Edgar Allan Poe: Philadelphia”

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