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Author Interview: Her Life is a Trip

 

Destination: The World

Book: Life is a Trip:The Magic of Transformative Travel (NEW August 2010) by Judith Fein

I first met Judith Fein when I was on a press trip in Richmond Virginia. She and her husband Paul took off from the main group tramping through Civil War Battlefields to look for something out of the ordinary–the oldest Jewish cemetery in Virginia. That’s what they do, poor things–live in Santa Fe, travel the world in search of interesting stories, and write and photograph award winning articles. Continue reading Author Interview: Her Life is a Trip

The Vermont of David Mamet in a Book of Essays

The Great American Road Trip

Book Cover: David Mamet's Essays on Vermont
Destination: Vermont

Book: South of the Northest Kingdom by David Mamet (a National Geographic Series called Directions) Continue reading The Vermont of David Mamet in a Book of Essays

A Treasure Chest of Travel Literature

In Which I Have to Choose a Favorite Book

Given the opportunity to read about the haunts of writers like T. E. Lawrence, Tennessee Williams, Ayn Rand, Mark Twain, Ernest Hemingway, the Beats of San Francisco and more famous authors, I turned immediately to…

Winnie-the-Pooh
Winnie-the-Pooh

What can I say? The thought of visiting the little piece of England that was the home of Christopher Robin, and A.A. Milne‘s inspiration for¬† [amazon_link id=”0142404675″ target=”_blank” ]Winnie-the-Pooh[/amazon_link]¬†books was irresistible to a lifelong Pooh fan. Continue reading A Treasure Chest of Travel Literature