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On July 1, I started writing a regular column in the Financial Times. It appears every Saturday on the oped page, next to the profile. This week I wrote about Tom Wolfe. You can see the rest of them, so far, here.
The Adirondacks' wonderful North Country Public Radio aired an interview about the Omnium Gatherum this week. Brian Mann was good enough to meet me by the Raquette Lake General Store and talk over donuts and coffee, before kayaking off. It was wonderful to be back at Raquette Lake, which was my first introduction to the Adirondacks… Continue reading North Country Public Radio & curiosity
For the very kind mention. Everyone in New York, and beyond, should subscribe to The Manhattan Users Guide. Charlie Whistler finds himself in esteemed company today.
I shall be at the excellent Bookstore Plus in Lake Placid this Saturday afternoon from 3-5pm signing copies of Charlie Whistler. If you're Adirondack-ing this summer, park the kayak and come along. Outside if fine, indoors if showers.
Meghan Cox Gurdon is very enthusiastic about the Omnium Gatherum in The Wall Street Journal today. A fine start to the Memorial Day Weekend for C. Whistler. If you were to distill the several essences of Adirondack forests, invigorating lake waters, family traditions and a zest for life, and then capture them in the form of a book,… Continue reading Charlie Whistler reviewed in the WSJ: