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Jeff Greenwald is a writer, photographer, and performer. He is the author of six books, including The Size of the World, for which he created the first Internet travel blog. His work has appeared in Wired, Salon, Smithsonian, Afar, The New York Times Magazine, and many other publications. Jeff serves as the executive director of the nonprofit Ethical Traveler. He has also created a critically acclaimed solo show, Strange Travel Suggestions, which draws from his tales as a travel journalist. Jeff's most recent book, Snake Lake, is set during Nepal's 1990 Democracy revolution. He lives in Oakland, CA.
"A wonderful travel companion for anyone who wants to view afresh the wonders and oddness of humankind." --Amy Tan, author of The Valley of Amazement "Jeff Greenwald could take a trip to Costco to buy socks, and I'd want to hear the story. A thousand thumbs up!" --Mary Roach, author of Gulp "Reading Shopping for Buddhas was a huge relief! Someone who loves the joyful Dharma still seeing the earthy humor in the behavior of Buddhists, who also just happen to be human!" --Robert Thurman, co-founder of Tibet House "The classic book on Nepal, deftly written with affection, respect, and much humor." --Tim Cahill, author of Pass the Butterworms "Kathmandu forged an unbreakable link to my innermost travel instincts on my first visit, over 40 years ago--and every time I open a copy of Jeff's magical book, I'm reminded exactly why." --Tony Wheeler, founder of Lonely Planet Publications