Category Archives: Lynsey Addario

You Cannot Open A Book Without Learning Something*

The last Saturday in April is Independent Bookstore Day. In a world of tweets and algorithms and pageless digital downloads, bookstores are not a dying anachronism. They are living, breathing organisms that continue to grow and expand. In fact, there are more of them this year than there were last year. Take a look at the photo above, it shows

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Interviews With Authors

Next on Life Elsewhere, a review of some of our favorite books, authors and interviews: 1. Rebecca Scherm is the author of Unbecoming, a remarkable and moving debut novel, “It’s a thriller, a psychological study, a love story and disquietingly disturbing as it is brilliant!” says Norman B. Rebecca reads from her book and explains how her fascination with Grace Kelly molded her femme fatale, noir-like heroine. 2. In On the Road with Janis

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The Authors, The Books, The Interviews

                                                                             Books are an integral part of Life Elsewhere. All kinds of books: the imaginative, off-kilter novel; the gripping detective drama; the investigative documentary; the revealing autobiography; the anecdotal memoir; the

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Lynsey Addario, Ellen Meister, Dirty Beaches & Melanie De Biasio

On the next edition of Life Elsewhere, you’ll hear the true, harrowing stories of a photojournalist held hostage in Lebanon. We urge you not to miss Lynsey Addario tell her graphic stories of being on the front-line in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, Darfur and the Congo, as told brilliantly in her new book, It’s What I Do: A Photographer’s Life of Love and War. 

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Next on Life Elsewhere

“When I first arrived in New York, number five on my “must-see” list was the Algonquin Hotel,” says Norman B. His fascination with the Algonquin Round table and Dorothy Parker in particular, has continued to this day, so it will come as no surprise then, that Norman was delighted when Ellen Meister’s new book, Dorothy Parker Drank Herearrived for his review. “This is a wonderful,

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