Getting Around

Not only does work done by our latest hire, editorial assistant Marissa Brostoff, now regularly grace the pages of the Forward, but it can be found as today’s lead offering on

In her piece, Brostoff chats with Peter Zheutlin, author of the newly-released “Around the World on Two Wheels.” The book tells the story of Zheutlin’s great aunt, Annie Kopchovsky, who, under the nom de velo Annie Londonderry, captivated the world with her tales of cycling its circumference.

Getting Around

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