10 Cult Literary Traditions for Truly Die-Hard Fans


Perhaps the most famous cultish literary tradition, Bloomsday is an annual holiday celebrating the life of James Joyce. It occurs every June 16th (the day on which Ulysses is set), and is celebrated all over the world, though perhaps most extravagantly in Dublin. Celebrations include pub crawls, readings, music, dramatisations, and hundreds of fans dressed as characters from the book.