New Hampshire Off the Beaten Path: A Guide to Unique Places (Paperback)
From Portsmouth's historic Black Heritage Trail to a roadside museum called the Foolish Frog in the North Country, discover New Hampshire's little-known but fascinating attractions with this engagingly written guide.
About the Author
Barbara Radcliffe Rogers and Stillman Rogers are New England natives who write frequently about their home state. They have, jointly and singly, written and illustrated more than 30 books, most of them on travel, wildlife, and gardening. They also write regular travel columns, and their work has appeared in "Yankee," "Yankee Travel Guide to New England," and the "Los Angeles Times," They live in Richmond, New Hampshire.
Maria Lisella is Program Coordinator for the IAWA readings at the Cornelia St. Cafe, and is co-editing an anthology based on those readings. She lives in Long Island City and was a finalist in the competition for Poet Laureate of Queens in 2007. A longtime travel writer, she currently edits a national travel trade magazine and is a member of the New York Travel Writers Association.
Praise for a previous edition
“Whenever someone writes about New Hampshire’s out-of-way places of interest, I scour through to see if any of my own favorites were left out. Darn it all . . . none of them were! In fact, [the authors] added quite a few I didn’t know about.”
—Judson D. Hale Sr., Editor, Yankee magazine