David and I talk about life, career and the long walk that became the book.
A great discussion with the legendary owner of RJ Julia Bookshop in Madison, CT
The ultimate venue with the ultimate conversation party. Quite the night
A lively discussion with the bassist from the Avett Brothers along with an historian from Middle Tennessee State University
A great conversation with the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist at Philly's premier venue
The account of King's 330-mile walk follows in the footsteps of such great traveler writers as Patrick Leigh Fermor, Bruce Chatwin and Henry David Thoreau.
Neil King Jr, once of the Wall Street Journal, walked from Washington to New York. His account of that journey is essential.
The book is King’s account of his monumental walk, which includes his time in Lancaster County where he stopped for a few days about halfway through his journey.
A Q&A with Washingtonian magazine about the walk and the book that sprang from it.
Among other notable ‘blurbers,’ Ken Burns calls it a “near perfect book.’ I have to agree.
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