Expat recalls his life and times caught between many worlds. In "Expatriate Adventures", Fred Richardson chronicles his life as a child in China from 1926 to 1940, and then as an adult working as an insurance executive in Cuba,... Read More
Step aside, Jack London, and make room at the bar for George Cheever Hazelet. John Clark’s marvelous edit of the journals his great-grandfather penned during the Alaskan Gold Rush are every bit as exciting and authentic as what the... Read More
Jason Lewis’s account of the first leg of his human-powered trip around the world, from London to Pueblo, Colorado, is filled with mishaps and faulty planning. On one pre-excursion photo-op—to show off the pedal-powered boat that... Read More
Snutt voyages to a distant planet to discover what he can—wonderful tuffetills, blossibums, and flewimols—only to find that he’s terribly lonely away from home. When he eventually meets a Waft, with whom he can share his beautiful... Read More
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