Have a look! Okay, it’s not an amazing shot. Thank you, Vanity Fair.
Today through Monday November 3, you can enter for the Goodreads Giveaway for a copy of 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go.
Appearing with some talented travel writer friends and colleagues for Traveling Between the Lines: Writers Explore the Wide World, including my two adored editors Lavinia Spalding and Larry Habegger at LitQuake – Saturday October 18, 2014, Peace Industry, 2235 Mission St, San Francisco from 7:15-8:15 pm.
Delighted to be at one of the greats: Book Passagein Corte Madera, CA, from 4-6pm.
Thrilled to be at pages, Manhattan Beach, CA, Thursday October 23, 2014 at 7 pm!
I will be signing book at at my beloved hometown bookstore, the Hickory Stick in Washington Depot, CT on October 25, 2014 from 4-6.
Boston you’re my home….Reading and signing books at the marvelous Newtonville Books in Newton, MA on Tuesday November 18.
Women’s Travel Writers together. Marcia DeSanctis, Lavinia Spalding, Colleen Kinder at The Mount Photo: Restless Books I’ve gotten to know Edith Wharton quite a bit over the course of writing 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go. It was therefore a privilege to discuss her with two formidable women in their own right, Lavinia Spalding and Colleen Kinder […]
I will be reading with my colleagues, the very talented Colleen Kinderand Katherine Jamiesonon Wednesday October 9 at the Hickory Stick Bookshop in Washington, CT. The event is “Meet an Author at 5.” Please join us!
For the release of Best Women’s Travel Writing Volume 9, a Q & A in which I get to talk about writing and travel and airplane snacks.
I will be reading from Best Women’s Travel Writing Volume 9 at the Restless Legs Reading Series, brainchild of the brilliant David Farley, at 7 pm Monday September 9 at Solas, 232 East 9th St, between 2nd and 3rd Avenue. As always, I urge you to buy the book from independent booksellers.
I don’t know who created this lovely drawing of Book Passage in Marin County. But I’d love to give him/her credit. It’s an honor to be reading from Best Travel Writing Volume 9 at the great Book Passagein Corte Madera, California on August 7. With Larry Habegger, Erin Byrne, and Tim Cahill no less.
My three-part series on some of the greats of 20th Century Russian literature, featuring my interviews with Joseph Brodsky, Vladimir Voinovich and Yuz Aleshkovsky. Read it here. Red Square, Winter 1987
It is an honor to read with this evening with my fellow authors Abbie Kozolchyk, Ann Hood and Carol Reichert at Newtonville Books, one of the great bookstores. After the fact: And here is a picture of me at the reading, taken by my friend Pam. That’s my Mom on the right, with the gray hair. […]
September 13, 2012 Today, I’m honored to have won three Lowell Thomas Awards, which is thrilling in the field of travel journalism. They are 1) The Grand Prize Silver Award for Travel Journalist of the Year; 2) Silver Award in Personal Comment for ‘Masha’; and 3) Bronze Award in the foreign travel article category for […]