Jack Goldfarb

Jack Goldfarb has been writing about travel for over 35 years, and has visited about 120 countries.

He has lived in Europe and the Middle East and is now based in New York. While he has roamed all the continents, the areas he has covered most frequently are the Indian sub-continent, Australia, and Eastern Europe. He was the first airline passenger to arrive in New York’s Kennedy (formerly Idlewild) Airport when it opened in 1948.


NEWSPAPERS: The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Christian Science Monitor, Newsday, Washington Times, Calcutta Statesman, New Zealand Herald, Jerusalem Post, St. Petersburg Ami, London Jewish Chronicle, Forward, Toronto Globe and Mail.

AIRLINE INFLIGHT MAGAZINES: Qantas, Aeromexico, Air India, Air New Zealand, Royal Nepal, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, LOT Polish Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Garuda Indonesian, Indian Airlines, British Midland, Phillipine Airlines.

MAGAZINES: Salon (Internet), Pacific, Signature, Museum, Orientations, Soma, Far East Traveler, Kiwanis, Regent, Generation, India-America, Midstream, Look East, Traveler’s India, International Travel News, Midrasz.

Goldfarb has co-authored two “science fiction” books for children, published by McGraw-Hill.

“All the world’s a book, and he who stays at home reads only one page…”                                                                                                                                     -Sign seen in a bookshop window in Stockholm, quoting St. Augustine of Hippo