Ian Frazier

Ian Frazier

Contributing editor Ian Frazier is the author of The Cursing Mommy’s Book of Days.

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Can't skip town this weekend? No problem

Ian Frazier
Sep 8, 2008

To catch a caveman like Osama bin Laden, who's at home in some of the earth's most remote mountains, what you really need is a great outdoorsman.

Ian Frazier
Sep 28, 2007

In the unlikeliest of places, in the waters off JFK airport in New York, IAN FRAZIER lands a few big fish with Captain Frank, a guide who matches his passion striper for striper and knows why fishing is connected to everything

Ian Frazier
Apr 24, 2007

A Kielbasa Too Far

When we travel, we think we don’t want to get sick, but maybe, less consciously, we’re not so sure. If nothing of note happens on a journey, was it one?

Ian Frazier
Aug 1, 2006

Or does it loathe that enraptured human touch? An earthy tale of fungal romance, fully consummated.

Ian Frazier
May 2, 2004

And other lofty ideas that pop into one's head and refuse to leave

Ian Frazier
May 2, 2004

The scientists were clinging to the side of the ice they’d been standing on, 50 feet above the waterline. In a few seconds, the berg had gone over on top of them.

Ian Frazier
Jan 10, 2002

Outside's Guide to the Ends of the Earth

Ian Frazier, Sebastian Junger, Jon Billman, Ronald Kral, Roland Merullo, Mary Roach, and Joe Kane
Aug 1, 2001

The Great Indoors

You know the type. They're Martha Stewart's worst nightmare. They're (usually) men of a certain age and outdoor inclination who track in mud, dump wet gear on the carpet, and clean God-knows-what in the kitchen sink. Isn't it beautiful?

Ian Frazier
Feb 1, 2001

Sometimes you just have to escape into the night, where unpredictable rendezvous and things that bite await you

Ian Frazier
Oct 1, 2000

We liberate the sport of fly-fishing and take you back to the clean and simple basics. Now go fish.

Ian Frazier, Nate Hoogeveen, Nick Lyons, Bob Shacochis, Angus Cameron, Kent Black, and David James Duncan
Jul 1, 2000

Bad Advice

Let us now celebrate one of our most bountiful outdoor resources: bad advice. And if you listen carefully and act right away, it's absolutely free!

Ian Frazier
Dec 1, 1999