“Nemesis” has arrived! Well, almost. Just got an advanced copy of my upcoming novel — a murder mystery set in 1880’s San Diego when it was a rough and tumble Wild West town on par with Deadwood or Dodge. The plot — based on true crimes that happened in southern California around that time — […]
Author: Joe Yogerst
Better late than never . . . you can now view a short video version of my trip to Brazil’s Pantanal wetlands at this link — Pantanal – The Movie On par with Africa as a wildlife destination — and far better than the Amazon — the Pantanal is one of the world’s largest and […]
If you didn’t catch my interview on NPR live on Monday (July 10th), here the link to the segment on the “Here & Now” website. Host Robin Young and myself talked about summer lake vacations and the impact that lakes have had on our respective lives. And I got a chance to plug my Nat […]
I swirl the amber nectar around in my mouth and let it slide down my gullet. A bit on the sweet side, with a slight taste of raisin. Actually quite pleasant. Especially when served ice cold on a sweltering afternoon. Which describes almost every day on Cyprus, the Mediterranean island where I’m sipping the wine.
Had another book drop this week — The Vietnam War: The Definitive Illustrated History by DK. Quite a departure from the travel-related books that I’ve worked on over the past year. But certainly not my first work on Vietnam. Published jointly with the Smithsonian, the book chronicles America’s military and political involvement in Southeast Asia […]