2020 Archive
Martin Deutsch
Martin B. Deutsch created Frequent Flyer magazine in 1980 and was editor-in-chief and publisher for 15 years. He also wrote a column called "Up Front" for Frequent Flyer during those years. In a career that has spanned seven decades, he has published and edited dozens of other travel magazines, including Travel Management Daily and Travel Age. For many years, he also wrote columns for Argosy and Travel Agent magazines. After Joe Brancatelli created JoeSentMe.com in 2001, he called on Deutsch, his former boss at Frequent Flyer, to create its noncommercial format. He is based in New York.

APRIL 2: GOOD COMPANY WHILE WE WAIT
Looking for a good read while we wait for the world to return to what we might consider normal? The Company is a fine novel about the inner workings of the CIA--and reminds me of some personal travel history.

FEBRUARY 20: HISTORY, BUT FUNNY
Hate historical biographies because they're stuffy and dull? Sarah Vowell's bio of Lafayette crackles with humor.

JANUARY 16: MY FLIGHT DELAY READING LIST
Our flights will be delayed this year, so that's why I have already picked the ten books I'll read.