Today’s episode brings us to Bath, where Dan Richards speaks with us about isolation, mass tourism, and creativity. We also talk about his new book Outpost: A Journey to the Wild Ends of the Earth. We also talk about Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and Dharma Bums, the Kerouac House in Orlando, Florida, and David Foster Wallace’s Consider the Lobster.
Dan Richards is the co-author of Holloway (with Robert Macfarlane) and the author of The Beechwood Airship Interviews and Climbing Days. He has written for the Guardian, Harper’s Bazaar, Caught by the River, Monocle, and the Quietus. He is an RLF Fellow at Bristol University.
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Last Updated on 30 March 2021 by Travel Writing World