"We’re looking for Dickens scholars, students and fans to team up to tackle each of Dickens’s novels. This is an ambitious project that will add to the three thousand sites already mapped on the crowdsourced literary tourism website - and we think Dickens should be better represented!
You can see how the site works at www.placingliterature.com -- sites connected to novels are placed on the map, with a short description, creating an extensive, global network of literary sites. The 'Charles Dickens' collection will map all of the major locations connected to Dickens's novels, showcasing the author's impressive work and giving Dickensians the opportunity to share their knowledge and their favourite spots.
If you’d like to be involved, either in managing the entries for one of Dickens’s novels or simply contributing a site or two, email emily.bowles [at]york.ac.uk for more information."
Thanks to Simonetta Falchi, who's involved in the project, for the tip. And congratulations to her on the recognition for her work on Little Dorrit, as the Marshalsea was named Literary Place of the Week!