2021 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 now has spanned eight 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.

NOVEMBER 10: BARRINGTON BOOKS BY THE DOZEN
Stuart Woods' Stone Barrington series of novels could easily fill up your down time on or off the road.

SEPTEMBER 16: HOW CHURCHILL BECAME CHURCHILL
How did Winston Churchill become Winston Churchill? A new biography of "Young Winston" explains it all.

JUNE 3: FAMILIARITY BREEDS COMFORT
Does anyone doubt the value of a good read from one of your favorite authors as an upbeat mood-changer? I don't. And they have been a source of comfort during the pandemic.

APRIL 15: THE BURR CONSPIRACY STILL CHILLS
The Aaron Burr Conspiracy at the beginning of the 19th-century made the actions of January 6 look like the minor leagues.

MARCH 25: THE WEST AND THE PIONEERS OF OHIO
We won't be traveling internationally for much of this year, so how about we learn some American history? Pioneers by David McCullough is a good place to start.