Kevin Dolgin writes a regular travel column for McSweeney’s and is the author of The Third Tower Up From the Road. Originally from New York, he now resides in Paris with his wife and two sons. His website is www.kevindolgin.com.
Posts by Kevin Dolgin
Have you felt a gentle Gallic breeze with a hint of wine and cheese wafting in from the East? That was France’s collective sigh... Read More
A few weeks ago, my very good friend Pascal Bouveret died of lung cancer and pulmonary fibrosis. Pascal was a blue-collar intellectual—a man from... Read More
I am a French-American humanist, living just outside of Paris. (Some of you may have read past articles I have written for TheHumanist.com about... Read More
I was once walking along West Nanjing road in Shanghai at ten o'clock in the evening when I ran across an old French acquaintance... Read More
Frustration is the lot of the humanist in America. If you’re reading this, I hardly need convince you of that. I thought, therefore, that... Read More