Live! with an AUTHOR

Rob Cocuzzo

in conversation with Billy Costa

Recorded May 5th, 2020

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Robert Cocuzzo is an adventure author. Born and raised in the Boston-area, he has written about extreme skiers, legendary mountaineers, and long-distance cyclists. When he’s not penning books, Cocuzzo serves as the editor of Nantucket Magazine.

Rob is the author of Tracking the Wild Coomba: The Life of Legendary Skier Doug Coombs and The Road to San Donato.

Visit Brookline Booksmith to have any of Rob’s books delivered right to your door.

You’re sure to enjoy these Brookline Booksmith favorites:

Tracking the Wild Coomba: The Life of Legendary Skier Doug Coombs

Coomba

The Road to San Donato: Fathers, Sons, and Cycling Across Italy

San Donato

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    Tell us about your upcoming movie project on Doug Coombs?

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    How did you get involved in Raising A Reader MA? How long have you been connected to the organization?

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    Can you describe your new Nantucket Magazine? Why did this catch your interest? What’s your role in shaping the magazine?

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    What activities do you do when you’re not writing to help you become a better author?

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    As an adventure enthusiast, what has been your greatest adventure?

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    What’s harder: Writing or being Editor and Chief

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    If you had the opportunity to interview any person for a feature story, who would it be and why?

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    You note you are from a family of story tellers, how has that influenced your style, interest and ambition?

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    In your fantastic book The Road to San Donato, everything falls into place as in a well-plotted novel. Did it all really happen as you describe–all the coincidences, meeting the perfect people at just the right time, the rescues from disaster, etc.?

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