Anyway, I love the idea of the book taking the same trip that's inside its own covers, so I thought I’d share.
UPDATE: Some of you turned Poe-Land in Poe-Land into a God-damned thing, so God bless you. Here are some more photos of the book at various Poe sites. Would love to see more from those of you with easy access to the sites or during your own treks through Poe-Land. Post them on the OTIS FB page or Twitter or send them to me at email@example.com. Go Poe.
|Poe-Land made it to the Bronx, Poe's Fordham Cottage,|
thanks to Sue and Neil. Neil's the docent in the book who introduced
me to the term "dogsbody."
|Steve from Trumbull Photography took the book to UVA,|
Poe's semi-alma mater, and took photos of it around the various Poe sites,
like the George Zolnay bust...
|...and Poe's dorm room.|
|...and Poe Alley.|
|...still in Poe Alley.|
|...the Poe statue in Richmond, VA.|
|Steve even made it down to Poe's Tavern on Sullivan's Island|
in South Carolina, where Poe was stationed for a year while a in the military.
|And, of course, the newest site in Poe-Land, the Boston Public Library bust,|
courtesy of sculptor Bryan Moore.