The Globetrotter Diaries: Tales, Tips and Tactics for Traveling the 7 Continents
Foreword by Peter Greenberg.
Michael Clinton, president and publishing director of Hearst Magazines is known for his world travels and committing them to paper in his books of photography, including Wanderlust, American Portraits and his three "global" books: Global Snaps, Global Faces, Global Remains. Here he takes a writer’s approach and compiles essays on subjects as diverse as "The Volcano Story" and "The Zen of the Long Haul Flight" and the many and numerous of his exploits as an international traveler for more than twenty-five years. Inside you will find tips from world-class globetrotters, such as Nancy Novogrod, Robbie Myers, Kate White, and Pamela Fiori.
Vignettes of his quandaries and conundrums are included while trying to get from one place to another and foibles once he has arrived. Funny, touching, and insightful for all travelers of our globe, this is a book that at once entertains and provides insight to any budding traveler or Bedouin at heart.
About the Author:
Michael Clinton is president and marketing and publishing director for Hearst Magazines. His responsibilities include oversight of twenty publications, including Harper's Bazaar, Marie Claire, O, The Oprah Magazine, Seventeen, and Esquire. Clinton also serves on the Board of the Hearst Corporation and is the Chairman of the Magazine Publishers of America. He is a trustee of the International Center of Photography and is the founder and president of the nonprofit organization, Circle of Generosity. He lives in New York City and Southampton, New York.