ALL OVER THE MAP: Getting Lost in Good Places by Bob Morris
In this collection of travel essays, Bob Morris, a two-time winner of the Lowell Thomas Award for travel writing, shares some of his favorite escapades from the road, taking us to far-flung places like the Maldives, Vietnam and Hong Kong, as well as the back roads of America and the swamps of South Florida. Says Anthony Bourdain: “Bob Morris can get to the heart of place better than anyone I know.”
A former newspaper columnist and magazine editor, Bob Morris has contributed to National Geographic Traveler, Bon Appetit, Men's Fitness, Islands, Caribbean Travel & LIfe and numerous other publications. He is a winner of the Ernie Pyle Award for outstanding human interest writing in America and a two-time winner of the Lowell Thomas Award for travel writing.
Morris is also the author of the Zack Chasteen series of mystery novels set in Florida and the Caribbean. He lives in Winter Park, FL, and teaches creative writing at Rollins College.