Says William Sharpe of Barnard College, “Walking’s pleasures are infinite, and those in Ways of Walking hardly less so. Editor Ann de Forest has assembled an eloquent team of rambling writers who offer readers intriguing discoveries at every turn of the page. The twenty-six essays assembled here contain fresh takes on city streets and foggy mountaintops, haunting riversides and dicey edgelands."
These writers, says Inga Saffron, have "brought back rich insights that remind us that walking is the most literary of exercises."
All are welcome to join us with their heads, their hearts, and their feet. More details here.