Aaron Hamburger

Aaron Hamburger was awarded the Rome Prize by the American Academy of Arts and Letters for his short story collection THE VIEW FROM STALIN'S HEAD (Random House), also nominated for a Violet Quill Award. His next book, a novel titled FAITH FOR BEGINNERS (Random House), was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award. His writing has appeared in the New York Times, Poets and Writers, Tin House, Details, Michigan Quarterly Review, Boulevard, and the Village Voice. He has received fellowships from the Edward F. Albee Foundation and the Civitella Ranieri Foundation in Umbria, Italy, as well as residencies from Yaddo and Djerassi. He has also taught writing at Columbia University, NYU, and the Stonecoast MFA Program.

The affair I (almost) had in Santorini

Is anyone here Jewish?

On a bleak walk through Baltimore

How a gay guy from the city found his inner rugged country boy in snowy maine

E.M. Forster and the dirty side of finding yourself abroad

As football tourists, how do we affect the lives of young players?

How my dog makes me a better traveler

Traveling in Putin’s shadow: A visit to Riga, Latvia

A few thoughts on the overuse of “I” in travel writing

Traveling in the face of death

What the 9/11 Memorial is helping us forget

Goats being led to the slaughter: The state of literature in 2014

Take a super cheap vacation to Mexico…in the kitchen

Travel anger: Is the greatest danger we face when traveling ourselves?

Why I’m pro marijuana legalization

What my Yuletide envy taught me about being a Jew

Bringing Gravity back down to Earth

Traveling by numbers: How our obsession with lists is ruining travel writing

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