My book from Travelers Tales comes out in September. It is daunting to figure out 100 places; I found 100 alone in my old neighborhood, the Marais. It’s been fascinating to immerse myself in the lives and legacies of some of France’s great women: Josephine, Eleanor of Aquitaine, George Sand, Louise Labé and lots of others. Here is my cover, by the incomparable Tadahiro Usuegi. And here is the link for pre-order.
This is an essay I wrote about a trip to Northern Sweden in February. It is available on Overnight Buses for the iPad, published in Wisconsin and one of the most revolutionary and gorgeous travel publications, period. It is also a free download on the app store – please have a look.
It’s definitely been a highlight for me to write about Graham Greene and have it published in the Winter Reading issue of Tin House, a magazine I read and worship. Please subscribe and support this incredible group of people who make this journal so fresh and relevant.
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- The Joys of (not) Going it Alone
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