Author: Barnaby Rogerson
About the book:
This collection On Travel is clever, funny, provoking and confrontational by turn. In a pyrotechnic display of cracking one- liners, cynical word play and comic observation, it mines three thousand years of wit and wisdom: from Martha Gellhorn to Confucius and from Pliny to Paul Theroux.
About the author:
Barnaby Rogerson is a writer and public speaker, and a freelance travel writer, c. 1997—. Previously worked in publishing, for the Afghanistan Support Committee, as a tutor on a Greek island, as a barman, and in the restoration of grottoes and the construction of garden temples.