[ad_1] But “Travels With Myself and Another” is her most intimate book and not well-enough known. As Bill Buford wrote in his foreword to a 2001 reissue of it, in the complexity of her observations “she prefigures the works of people like Bruce Chatwin and Paul Theroux and Jonathan Raban and the renaissance of first-person adventure writing.” Photo Credit Patricia… Continue reading "Riding Shotgun on Martha Gellhorn’s Brave and Comic Adventures"
[ad_1] Despite so much travel, she’s slow at packing. “I do not like packing. But I have to pack so often and so much. Every day in my car I have three outfits I have to bring. It’s really a pain. I’m pretty organized about it; it’s just time-consuming. Even in my own houses I always want something that’s not… Continue reading "What Martha Stewart Can’t Travel Without"