Fields of Interest

Even though Oxford University Press referred to me as “a most notable food expert” and I’m commonly referred to as a “culinary travel writer”,  my recent articles are all over the place – from subject matter to placement. In the last month alone I have two food articles and two general travel articles published on the #30 top travel website in the world:

a ship building/nautical history article on

a cruise destination article and a wine article below on this blog, a fashion article coming out (that’s funny!) on EDGE, the largest lgbt network in the world, a horticulture article ready to place and a forestry/hiking article coming out in Wild Northeast Magazine’s fall edition.

In the past I’ve written about architecture, urban planning, adventure travel, politics, regional history, military history and historic preservation.That ladies and gentlemen is diversity! Is it any wonder that I bristle when an editor tries to categorize me? (Are you listening New York Journal of Books?)

Words to live by: “Don’t limit yourself and don’t let anyone limit you.”


About richardfrisbie

I'm a professional baker, reader, bookseller, publisher, columnist, photographer, cook, hiker, kayaker, freelance writer, and workaholic who likes to garden
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