wash dc reading of “to belém & back”

Belém, PAYou’re cordially invited to the first reading in our nation’s capital of To Belém & Back, recently given one of Publishers Weekly’s coveted Star reviews.

Author Ben Batchelder intends to give a brief reading, present the short film “Tiradentes2Belém,” and answer questions at his sister Lily’s apartment in DC’s U Street neighborhood, on Monday, Oct. 17th, from 7:30-8:30pm.

(At the building’s front door, please look up Batchelder on the call box to get buzzed in. The person at the front desk will then need to use a key fob to buzz you up, on the elevator, to the 8th floor.)

Paperbacks will be on sale, and the colorful eBook, with 41 full-page images from the journey, is easy to download.

Please RSVP yes in the Connect page of this site.


About ben

Ben Batchelder has traveled some of the world's most remote roads. Nothing in his background, from a degree in Visual & Environmental Studies at Harvard to an MBA from Wharton, adequately prepared him for the experiences. Yet he persists, for through such journeys life unfolds. Having published four books that map the inner and exterior geographies of meaningful travel, he is a mountain man in Minas Gerais, Brazil who comes down to the sea at Miami Beach, Florida. His second travel yarn, To Belém & Back, received a starred review from Publishers Weekly. For more, visit www.benbatchelder.com.

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