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Writers we love: Tim Cahill
As adventurous stylistically as physically, this writer-explorer takes us places we've never dared to go.
(08/25/99)

Writers we love: Jan Morris
This Welsh writer creates masterful, idiosyncratic illuminations of the world.
(08/18/99)

Celebrating the Grand Canyon
A new anthology helps a visitor appreciate the vast complexities of one of earth's most spectacular sights.
(08/04/99)

The art of survival and other stories
Two new books offer tips and tales from the wild wide world.
(07/14/99)

The grace of danger in our lives
A new anthology presents a heart-pumping array of survivors' tales.
(07/07/99)

My private Riviera
"Tender Is the Night" transports me to my own version of the French Cte d'Azur.
(06/30/99)

More best books of the century
Readers recommend their favorite works of travel fiction and nonfiction.
(06/23/99)

Heart of darkness
An accomplished writer journeys deep into the twisted plight of the orangutans of Borneo -- and the humans who would save them.
(06/16/99)

Favorite guidebooks old and new
A selective sampling of the gleaming books that beckon summer travelers.
(06/09/99)

Paris on my mind
Why Ernest Hemingway's "A Moveable Feast" is great literary comfort food.
(06/02/99)

The top travel books
What are the best travel books of the century? The readers respond.
(05/26/99)

The top 10 travel books of the century
The Modern Library's nonfiction list egregiously ignores travel literature. We redress the oversight.
(05/19/99)

Pushing the envelope
"In Search of Adventure," a new anthology, is like any trip: a mix of sleepless nights and epiphanies.
(05/12/99)

Passion and possibility
Laurie Gough's "Kite Strings of the Southern Cross" poignantly depicts the pleasures and perils of wanderlust.
(05/05/99)

"Wanderings in the world of imagination
The surreal tales in Barry Yourgrau's "Haunted Traveller" embody some hard-won real-world truths.
(04/28/99)

"Carpet" and other tales
A magic carpet in a hotel room, a safari gone astray, a mysterious mission, a map mishap -- four excerpts take unexpected twists.
(04/28/99)

Expatriates on Japan
In his new book, T.R. Reid follows a grand tradition: Western writers evoking and explaining daily life in their adopted home.
(04/21/99)

Frances Mayes and the riches of Tuscany
The poet-turned-memoirist talks about Italy, writing and how a bestseller changed her life.
(04/14/99)

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