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Traveling deep back roads into unfamiliar territory, a naive traveler immerses herself in the lives of locals, in hopes of achieving an unforgettable adventure. From bikers, bibles, and bad decisions in Mississippi to a murderous night in the Outer Banks, trust in strangers is a necessary risk, and the most memorable moments are more than beautiful—they’re often terrifying. Inspired by the authors’ cross-country journey, 6333 Miles is a snapshot of five small towns, uniquely photographed and conceived. “A spellbinding journey whose frozen-in-time portraits are at once wholly unique and yet instantly recognizable. Barkin’s writing is far beyond her years, infused with passion, savvy and generous helpings of local color. Ammann’s photography is nothing short of exquisite.” —Bruce Kluger, Contributor to USA Today, National Public Radio and The Huffington Post
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Author Rebecca Barkin, a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, achieved her Degree in Creative Writing from Carnegie Mellon University. In Los Angeles, she works in the entertainment business, pursuing a writing career in parallel. She has published with Atria Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, and independently, and she is currently working on her next collection of short stories inspired by a recent journey on the Trans-Siberian Railway. Photographer Nico Ammann is a native of Zürich, Switzerland, attended Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and has served as Art Director for both large and boutique advertising agencies. He has worked on national and international award-winning advertising campaigns for clients like BMW, Target, Reebok, and the United Nations. His photography and artwork has published in The Book LA, Beautiful/Decay, 944 Magazine, and Lürzer’s International Archive.
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