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Andrew McCarthy is having a big year.
Somewhere between picking up top honors from the Society of American Travel Writers for “The Cycle of Life” and publishing the acclaimed memoir The Longest Way Home, the Traveler magazine contributing editor found time to write the foreword for National Geographic’s new coffee-table-worthy book, World’s Best Travel Experiences.
We thought we’d take the opportunity to let our readers ask him about his own time spent on the road. This is what he had to say.
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Last May, actor, director, and award-winning travel writer Andrew McCarthy sat down with our Trip Lit columnist Don George to talk about life on the road. You can now watch the Nat Geo Live! interview online. Learn how McCarthy made the transition from acting to writing and how he approaches new destinations. Plus, find out…
Tomorrow night here at the National Geographic Society, writer, actor, director, and Traveler contributing editor Andrew McCarthy will sit down with Trip Lit columnist Don George to share his most memorable travel adventures. You probably know Andrew for his acting roles in Pretty in Pink, St. Elmo’s Fire, Anything But Love, and 2B Perfectly Honest,…