Media coverage of Ghost Cities of China for June. Featuring the Nanjinger, TimeOut Beijing and Shanghai, the Guardian, Channel NewsAsia, and the China Daily.
Ghost Cities of China Book Reviews and Mentions, May 2015
Ghost Cities of China in the media, May 2015.
Ghost Cities of China Book Reviews and Interviews, April 2015
Reviews of my book, Ghost Cities of China, and interviews with me about it that were published last month.
5 Books to Read When You’re Stuck in Kentucky for the Summer
Books to make home seem like a new frontier.
28 Doses of the China Experience: Tom Carter’s Unsavory Elements
Tom Carter’s Unsavory Elements is a collection of stories which show the true China experience.
Marco Polo Didn’t Go There by Rolf Potts
“Modern travel is the hunt for the random mundane,” Rolf Potts wrote in Marco Polo Didn’t Go There, and, although this may seem at first to be a real buzz kill of a statement, approaching the world from this angle has the potential to increase its radiance exponentially.
Top Travel Books
Top Five Travel Books It has been a long time since I have read a good travel book, so I presented the topic to the Vagabond Journey travel writing community: What are your top five travel books? Emery from Reader Travels Vagabond Edition wrote the first wave of her top travel books at A Singular [...]
OxTravels – Meetings With Remarkable Travel Writers (In aid of Oxfam)
OxTravels – Meetings With Remarkable Travel Writers by Collaborative Writers Ever wanted to buy a book that will give you a warm fuzzy feeling inside? Then this is the book for you! All royalties from this book published by Profile Books on 26th May 2011 will go to Oxfam to support their life changing work around the [...]
In the Mountains of Heaven Book Review
‘In the Mountains of Heaven: True Tales of Adventure on Six Continents’ by Mike Tidwell 230 pp. The Lyons Press (2003) Reviewed by Michael McGuire Mike Tidwell’s “In the Mountains of Heaven” is a six part, nineteen story collection of essays that read – depending on the page – as travelogue, cultural critique, forlorn nostalgic rebuff, ethnographic [...]
These Are The Days That Must Happen To You
These are the days that must happen to you (also sold as Endless Horizons) by Dan Walsh Review by Rich Poulter Before I start this review I should fill you in on a little history which may explain my passion for this book. My dad is motorbike mad and when I was a kid he used [...]