Literary maps have a long and storied history: before Tolkien created fantasy’s most recognizable map, Robert Louis Stevenson drew Treasure Island and the pirate iconography we know today, and both were preceded by an artistic survey of Dante’s infernal Hell. Valerie and Casey detail this fascinating history and dive deep into the maps of their favorite fictional worlds.

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