Lit Mapping NYC

Trendy New York-based eyeglass purveyor Warby Parker has created an entertaining literary map dedicated to the Upper East side neighborhood around its uptown showroom. From Ira Levin’s spooky Rosemary’s Baby (yes, it was a book first) to J.D. Salinger’s iconic The Catcher in the Rye the map offers bibliophiles a tour of Gotham-centric books. Plans are in place for literary maps of Warby Parker’s other NYC neighborhoods. Hopefully, they’ll do the same for their Boston and Philadelphia locations too.


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1 Response to Lit Mapping NYC

  1. Shah Wharton says:

    Oh, how interesting. Thanks for the share!

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