This charmingly funny, self-deprecating resumé of an ordinary man’s career to date and current life in the celebrity bear pit is penned by the author of the Sunday Times-bestselling Where Did It All Go Right?
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Andrew Collins was born in 1969 outside Philadelphia, grew up in Connecticut, and graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, in 1991. That same year he joined Fodor's staff and over the next two years edited or co-edited more than a dozen travel guides. In 1994 he conceived of and developed Fodor's Gay Guide to the USA, the first edition which published in 1996. He's worked as an editor or writer on more than 100 travel books and Collins writes a syndicated weekly travel column called "Out of Town," which appears on several Web sites, as well as in gay and lesbian newspapers nationwide. Presently he divides his time between New Mexico, Connecticut, and New Hampshire, and logs more than 40,000 miles annually driving across North America.Review:
"Collins' easygoing charm is hard to resist - a welcome visitor into any home that houses a Nick Hornby or a Tony Parsons" The Herald "All recounted in a wittily self-deprecating style. As good an insight into magazine life as you'll get" Q Magazine "Entertaining from start to finish" OK! "It's Almost Famous for grown-ups. Witty music journo Collins describes a life of rubbing shoulders with the stars" Zoo "A punchy self-help book for aspiring journalists" The Times
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Book Description Ebury Press, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 368 pages. 7.80x4.96x0.91 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0091897874