Wish You Were Here

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Almost every tourist destination has a graveyard: Boston, Manhattan, London, Paris, Prague, Rome, Tokyo, even Yosemite.  In these persuasive essays, Loren Rhoads explains why you should seek out cemeteries when you travel.

Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel collects 35 travel essays, which visit more than 50 cemeteries, churchyards, and gravesites across the globe.

Author and photographer Loren Rhoads was the creator and editor of the cult nonfiction magazine Morbid Curiosity. She edited Death’s Garden: Relationships with Cemeteries and served as the former cemetery columnist for Gothic.Net. Now she blogs about graveyards as travel destinations at CemeteryTravel.com.

She’s a longtime member of the Association for Gravestone Studies and the Graveyard Rabbits Association.

“Lovingly researched and lushly described, Loren’s essays transport you to the graveyard, where she is quite a tour guide.  Curiosity and compassion burn at the heart of these essays.”

 — Paula Guran, Dark Echo magazine

Ordering information for Wish You Were Here:

Wish You Were Here: Adventures in Cemetery Travel was published in May 2013 by John Palisano’s Western Legends Press. It is available directly from Amazon and CreateSpace and select booksellers.

Autographed copies can be ordered directly from Loren Rhoads via PayPal. For details and to request inscriptions, contact her at morbid@charnel.com.

Any questions?

Please contact Loren Rhoads at morbid@charnel.com or at CemeteryTravel.com.

For larger orders or reviews of Wish You Were Here, please contact John Palisano at:

Western Legends Press
PO BOX 1226
Hollywood, California 90078


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