Monthly Archives: June 2005

Anne Lamott is Blogging

Hey all you Anne Lamott fans….she’s blogging! She’s writing for TPM Cafe: Politics, Ideas, and Lots of Caffeine. So far her posts have been coming in roughly once a week. Would you believe she feels out of place? Here’s an excerpt from her first post. “I was so honored when […]

PLANET looking for intern

I’m a big fan of internships. I was the first intern at Travelers’ Tales and learned heaps about publishing from all angles. It’s a great way to take a look at a business that you have an interest in when you are a little deficient on the experience side, or […]

Marybeth Bond and Safety Travel Tips

Marybeth Bond will be on the Fox Network News Channel tomorrow, Saturday June 11th between 3:40-3:48pm EST to talk about safety tips for women traveling aboard. The segment is about the American missing in Aruba. You probably know Marybeth from her several women’s titles via Travelers’ Tales. She is the […]

Bill Bryson’s New Book

It doesn’t matter what topic he’s writing about, we can’t get enough of Bill, can we? According to Ireland Online, Bill Bryson is not only staying in Britain for good, but also coming out with another new book. The next one, will be about growing up in 1950s America. Due […]

June Author Appearances

Paul Theroux, author of Blinding Light: A Novel Thursday, June 9, 7:30 pm Powell’s Burnside, Portland OR In Blinding Light, the ultimate one-book wonder, Slade Steadman, sets out for Ecuador’s jungle in search of a rare hallucinogenic drug and the cure for his writer’s block. A “sexy, gothic fable and […]

Travelers Tales at Coliseum Books

Travelers Tales Executive Editor Larry Habegger will celebrate the publication of The Best Travel Writing 2005 at Coliseum Books in New York, on Tuesday, June 7 at 6 p.m. “We’re proud of The Best Travel Writing 2005 because it includes fantastic writing, not just from big-name authors like Pico Iyer […]

Pilgrimage Magazine

Pilgrimage is a small magazine serving an eclectic fellowship of readers, writers, artists, naturalists, contemplatives, activists, seekers, adventurers, and other kindred spirits. The publication describes itself as a place to tell the stories that matter, an invitation to inward and outward exploration and an appreciation of the way home. Founded […]