Nabil Kashyap's book published
The Obvious Earth by Nabil Kashyap, librarian for digital initiatives and scholarship, was recently published by Carville Annex Press, a small arts organization based in San Francisco. “It's a collection of personal essays around travel and the idea of travel,” according to its author.
The description on Amazon reads: This is a book with essays and pictures in it. It's also a way to learn more about: a year-long van ride through Africa, ice guiding in Alaska, dancing to Guns n' Roses cover bands in India, drunken bee stings, the snack food known as Uncrustables, the shadow created by shipwrecked cargo ships and other notes on travel, race, heartbreak, movement, stillness.