Dmitry Samarov on ‘Where To?: A Hack Memoir’

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'Where To? A Hack Memoir'

'Where To? A Hack Memoir' by Dmitry Samarov

Frequent “After Hours” guest Dmitry Samarov, an author, artist and general creative, joins Rick Kogan to talk about his newest book, “Where To? A Hack Memoir.”

From the book’s description: “Dmitry Samarov’s illustrated memoir captures encounters with drunken passengers, overbearing cops, unreasonable city bureaucracy, fellow cabdrivers, a few potholes and other unexpectedly beautiful moments. Accompanied by dozens of Samarov’s original artworks — composed during traffic jams, waits at the airport, and lulls in his shifts — the stories in ‘Where To? ‘ provide a street-level view of America from the perspective of an immigrant painter driving a cab for money.”

Click here to learn more about Samarov and listen to the interview below.


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