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The Best of Men's Journal For the past decade, Men& #8217 s Journal has set the standard for travel and adventure writing by publishing the work of America& #8217 s finest authors and literary journalists. Wild Stories collects thirty-two of the best pieces to appear in the magazine, written by its most esteemed contributors, including Jim Harrison, Sebastian Junger, P. J. O& #8217 Rourke, Rick Bass, Thomas McGuane, George Plimpton, Hampton Sides, Doug Stanton, Tim Cahill, and Mark Bowden. Each of the four chapters in Wild Stories showcases Men& #8217 s Journal& #8217 s diversity and taut storytelling power. & #8220 The Adventures& #8221 is a series of razor-sharp travel narratives, from a road trip across India on the perilous Grand Trunk Road to a search for grizzlies in Romania. & #8220 The Sporting Life& #8221 is a look into obscure corners of the sports world, where golf& #8217 s bush-league wannabes try to make it to the PGA and a group of cyclists out-suffer one another in pursuit of the mythic Hour Record. & #8220 Men& #8217 s Lives& #8221 includes profiles of singular adventurers such as Yvon Chouinard and Ned Gillette, and captures the rewards of such quintessentially male traditions as building a cabin on your own plot of land. And & #8220 The Reporting& #8221 collects definitive accounts of the most newsworthy disasters, as well as riveting dispatches from war zones in Somalia, Sudan, and Colombia, and from environmental hot spots in Alaska and Montana. Commemorating Men& #8217 s Journal& #8217 s tenth anniversary, Wild Stories is a diverse and entertaining anthology that explores the magazine& #8217 s basic creed: Life is an adventure. From the first page to the last, these are stories you& #8217 ll never forget. From the Hardcover edition. Wild Stories: For the past decade, Men& #8217 s Journal has set the standard for travel and adventure writing by publishing the work of America& #8217 s finest authors and literary journalists. Wild Stories collects thirty-two of the best pieces to appear in the magazine, written by its most esteemed contributors, including Jim Harrison, Sebastian Junger, P. J. O& #8217 Rourke, Rick Bass, Thomas McGuane, George Plimpton, Hampton Sides, Doug Stanton, Tim Cahill, and Mark Bowden. Each of the four chapters in Wild Stories showcases Men& #8217 s Journal& #8217 s diversity and taut storytelling power. & #8220 The Adventures& #8221 is a series of razor-sharp travel narratives, from a road trip across India on the perilous Grand Trunk Road to a search for grizzlies in Romania. & #8220 The Sporting Life& #8221 is a look into obscure corners of the sports world, where golf& #8217 s bush-league wannabes try to make it to the PGA and a group of cyclists out-suffer one another in pursuit of the mythic Hour Record. & #8220 Men& #8217 s Lives& #8221 includes profiles of singular adventurers such as Yvon Chouinard and Ned Gillette, and captures the rewards of such quintessentially male traditions as building a cabin on your own plot of land. And & #8220 The Reporting& #8221 collects definitive accounts of the most newsworthy disasters, as well as riveting dispatches from war zones in Somalia, Sudan, and Colombia, and from environmental hot spots in Alaska and Montana. Commemorating Men& #8217 s Journal& #8217 s tenth anniversary, Wild Stories is a diverse and entertaining anthology that explores the magazine& #8217 s basic creed: Life is an adventure. From the first page to the last, these are stories you& #8217 ll never forget. From the Hardcover edition. TRAVEL / Essays & Travelogues, Crown, Archetype

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The Best of Men's Journal For the past decade, Men’ s Journal has set the standard for travel and adventure writing by publishing the work of America’ s finest authors and literary journalists. Wild Stories collects thirty-two of the best pieces to appear in the magazine, written by its most esteemed contributors, including Jim Harrison, Sebastian Junger, P. J. O’ Rourke, Rick Bass, Thomas McGuane, George Plimpton, Hampton Sides, Doug Stanton, Tim Cahill, and Mark Bowden. Each of the four chapters in Wild Stories showcases Men’ s Journal’ s diversity and taut storytelling power. “ The Adventures” is a series of razor-sharp travel narratives, from a road trip across India on the perilous Grand Trunk Road to a search for grizzlies in Romania. “ The Sporting Life” is a look into obscure corners of the sports world, where golf’ s bush-league wannabes try to make it to the PGA and a group of cyclists out-suffer one another in pursuit of the mythic Hour Record. “ Men’ s Lives” includes profiles of singular adventurers such as Yvon Chouinard and Ned Gillette, and captures the rewards of such quintessentially male traditions as building a cabin on your own plot of land. And “ The Reporting” collects definitive accounts of the most newsworthy disasters, as well as riveting dispatches from war zones in Somalia, Sudan, and Colombia, and from environmental hot spots in Alaska and Montana. Commemorating Men’ s Journal’ s tenth anniversary, Wild Stories is a diverse and entertaining anthology that explores the magazine’ s basic creed: Life is an adventure. From the first page to the last, these are stories you’ ll never forget. From the Hardcover edition. Wild Stories: For the past decade, Men’ s Journal has set the standard for travel and adventure writing by publishing the work of America’ s finest authors and literary journalists. Wild Stories collects thirty-two of the best pieces to appear in the magazine, written by its most esteemed contributors, including Jim Harrison, Sebastian Junger, P. J. O’ Rourke, Rick Bass, Thomas McGuane, George Plimpton, Hampton Sides, Doug Stanton, Tim Cahill, and Mark Bowden. Each of the four chapters in Wild Stories showcases Men’ s Journal’ s diversity and taut storytelling power. “ The Adventures” is a series of razor-sharp travel narratives, from a road trip across India on the perilous Grand Trunk Road to a search for grizzlies in Romania. “ The Sporting Life” is a look into obscure corners of the sports world, where golf’ s bush-league wannabes try to make it to the PGA and a group of cyclists out-suffer one another in pursuit of the mythic Hour Record. “ Men’ s Lives” includes profiles of singular adventurers such as Yvon Chouinard and Ned Gillette, and captures the rewards of such quintessentially male traditions as building a cabin on your own plot of land. And “ The Reporting” collects definitive accounts of the most newsworthy disasters, as well as riveting dispatches from war zones in Somalia, Sudan, and Colombia, and from environmental hot spots in Alaska and Montana. Commemorating Men’ s Journal’ s tenth anniversary, Wild Stories is a diverse and entertaining anthology that explores the magazine’ s basic creed: Life is an adventure. From the first page to the last, these are stories you’ ll never forget. From the Hardcover edition., Crown, Archetype

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Publishing year: 12
Publisher: Crown

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