Going Up Country: Travel Essays by Peace Corps Writers

  • Title: Going Up Country: Travel Essays by Peace Corps Writers
  • Author: John Coyne
  • ISBN: 9780684196299
  • Page: 304
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Going Up Country Travel Essays by Peace Corps Writers An anthology of travel writing about distant corners of the world These previously unpublished pieces of fascinating journeys to exotic places were written expressly for this book by Bob Shacochis Ri
    An anthology of travel writing about distant corners of the world These previously unpublished pieces of fascinating journeys to exotic places were written expressly for this book by Bob Shacochis, Richard Wiley, Mary Ann Tirone Smith, P.F Kluge, and Joanne Omang, among others.

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    About John Coyne


    1. John Coyne born 1937 is an American writer He is the author of than twenty five nonfiction and fiction books, including a number of horror novels, while his short stories have been collected in best of anthologies such as Modern Masters of Horror and The Year s Best Fantasy and Horror A former Peace Corps Volunteer and a life long lover of golf, Coyne has edited and written a number of books dealing with both subjects, the most recent two novels areThe Caddie Who Knew Ben Hogan and The Caddie Who Played With Hickory.


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    1. About the Peace Corp.

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    2. A collection of travel essays by former Peace Corps volunteers, many describing returns to their postings after 20 or more years. Stories describe villages and large cities in such diverse places as Micronesia, Senegal, Japan, Somalia, Hungary, Tanzania While the essays were of uneven quality and interest, I found a similarity in almost all: the writers are sensitive, kind, and empathetic. But beyond that, they are vastly different. Some of the stories are quite humorous, others nostalgic, other [...]

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