Sensual, sexual, soulful and rhythmic, its very emergence is a feat of courage and resilience, where all but government-approved musicians are oppressed and restricted.
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Stephen Foehr has made a career out of being curious. He has spent years traveling around the world asking, Why? Why not? What? Who did that? How come? Is that true? and writing about the answers. He has been a teacher in Ethiopia, a crewmember on a sailboat in the Mediterranean, a contruction worker in Sweden, a movie extra in Japan, a copywriter in Hong Kong, a witness in Vietnam, a smuggler in India, a layabout in Malaysia, and a police reporter and journalist in the United States. He is the author of four books and numerous articles for national and international publications.
Foehr grew up in the small farm town of Carthage, Illinois, and while he was supposed to be studying Latin in the high-school library, he secretly read books of Richard Halliburton, whose adventures fired his ambition to explore the world. He attended Regis College (now University) in Denver, Colorado, and got his first taste of foreign travel while a student at Loyola University of Rome. After earning a college degree and serving in the Peace Corp, he became a travel writer to support his curiosity habit. He has lived and worked in 88 countries and now lives in Boulder, Colorado, with his 13-year-old son, Lucian.
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