Pico Iyer

author of "The Art of Stillness : Adventures in Going Nowhere, and, Autumn Light: Season of Fire and Farewells"

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Life-long traveler and author of several books on modern travel, including Video Night in Kathmandu, The Global Soul and The Open Road, forthcoming in 2008

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Author Pico Iyer and Pravrajika Vrajaprana, a Vedanta nun,   talk with KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian about the purpose of pilgrimage in modern day times following his interview with NYT…

The external and internal pilgrimage: Author Pico Iyer on the purpose of journeying in modern times

Author Pico Iyer and Pravrajika Vrajaprana, a Vedanta nun, talk with KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian about the purpose of pilgrimage in modern day times following his interview with NYT…

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Author Pico Iyer is obsessed with the big questions of life.

Spiritual writer Pico Iyer says now is the time confront who we really are

Author Pico Iyer is obsessed with the big questions of life.

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Author and thinker Pico Iyer has traveled everywhere from North Korea to Easter Island, from Paraguay to Ethiopia; and in that time, he’s written numerous books and essays.

Pico Iyer hosts ‘Speaking with Pico’ series at UCSB

Author and thinker Pico Iyer has traveled everywhere from North Korea to Easter Island, from Paraguay to Ethiopia; and in that time, he’s written numerous books and essays.

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