A. N. Devers‘s TRAIN, a reflection on her 30-day, 8,111-mile train trip circumnavigating the United States in 2005 after quitting her job, fueled by the allure and romance of a long-distance rail journey and a lifelong wanderlust and preoccupation with trains, confronting the realities of America’s crumbling infrastructure, poverty alongside the tracks, and the near abandonment of Amtrak’s historic railways, and unexpected reception she received as a woman traveling alone, to Bloomsbury as part of their Object Lessons series, by Kate Johnson (World).

 

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