Shutterbabe: Adventures in Love and War

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Product Details
Price
$24.95  $23.20
Publisher
Villard Books
Publish Date
Pages
300
Dimensions
6.45 X 9.56 X 1.09 inches | 1.29 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780375503641

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Reviews
"Shutterbabe is the rarest of all memoirs: a book by someone with the courage and passion to live an extraordinary life and the grace and wit to write meaningfully about it."
-- Malcolm Gladwell, author of "The Tipping Point
"A wise and unforgettable book, written with courage and love and intelligence and humility and humor by a remarkable woman who, through hard searching and a compassionate heart, has found all the right words with which to tell her extraordinary life."
-- John Burnham Schwartz, author of "Reservation Road
"A riveting account of one woman's journey through the minefields of love and photojournalism."
-- Robert Stevens, photo editor, "Time
"A candid, sexy, and very funny romp that makes photojournalism seem like an X-treme sport. Deborah Copaken Kogan goes out and wrings enough terrifying heroics from the last bits of the twentieth century to make T. E. Lawrence jealous."
-- John Hockenberry, author of "Moving Violations
"Not since Margaret Bourke-White has a woman lived in such danger, documented it so fully, and immersed herself so fiercely in the entanglements of love. Here is a mesmerizing, honest, personal drama unfolding right on the edge of political violence."
-- Katie Roiphe, author of "The Morning After

" Shutterbabe is the rarest of all memoirs: a book by someone with the courage and passion to live an extraordinary life and the grace and wit to write meaningfully about it."
-- Malcolm Gladwell, author of "The Tipping Point"
" A wise and unforgettable book, written with courage and love and intelligence and humility and humor by a remarkable woman who, through hard searching and a compassionate heart, has found all the right words with which to tell her extraordinary life."
-- John Burnham Schwartz, author of "Reservation Road"
" A riveting account of one woman's journey through the minefields of love and photojournalism."
-- Robert Stevens, photo editor, "Time
"
" A candid, sexy, and very funny romp that makes photojournalism seem like an X-treme sport. Deborah Copaken Kogan goes out and wrings enough terrifying heroics from the last bits of the twentieth century to make T. E. Lawrence jealous."
-- John Hockenberry, author of "Moving Violations"
" Not since Margaret Bourke-White has a woman lived in such danger, documented it so fully, and immersed herself so fiercely in the entanglements of love. Here is a mesmerizing, honest, personal drama unfolding right on the edge of political violence."
-- Katie Roiphe, author of "The Morning After"