GEORGE STONE is editor in chief of National Geographic Traveler. An avid explorer and passionate storyteller, Stone views travel as a tool for transformation and for connecting wtih other cultures, principles that help guide his editorial mission statement. As a National Geographic Traveler magazine writer and editor for 18 years, he has written and edited articles that have received awards from the North American Travel Journalists Association and the Society of American Travel Writers. Stone is the author of three books: From Mist and Stone: The Folklore of the Celts and Vikings; Raging Forces: Life on a Violent Planet; and Extreme Earth: A Journey Through the World's Most Dangerously Beautiful Places.
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