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Eddy Ancinas Bio
Eddy Ancinas is an award-winning non-fiction author, an avid ski journalist and a travel writer/photographer specializing in Argentina and Latin America, ski history and the California West. Eddy has lived a life of adventure and writes about it passionately.
She has published articles on Argentina, Chile, and Perú in the San Francisco Chronicle, Boston Globe and LA Times, plus six editions of Fodor’s Argentina Guide.
Eddy’s latest book, Tracing Inca Trails: An Adventure in the Andes—a true adventure story of an epic 7-day horseback journey with two women friends in the Peruvian Andes—was a Finalist for the 2022 Best Book Awards in Travel (Essays and Guides).
Her story of a cattle roundup in Elko, Nevada, “Back in the Saddle,” won the 2010 Nevada Magazine Writers’ Contest.
After growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area and on a nearby cattle ranch, she and her gregarious Argentine husband raised their family in Squaw Valley, California. Eddy is fluent in Spanish
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What People Are Saying
“Eddy Ancinas’s innocence, passion, and indomitably adventurous spirit propel the reader through this extraordinary account of a singular Andean adventure. Perú’s distinctive character and culture come to compelling life in Ancinas’s vigorous prose.”
Don GeorgeAuthor of “The Way of Wanderlust”
“I love your book – it’s quite a tour de force in that it’s interesting on every page.
It will be a classic perennial in bookshops.”
Diane JohnsonPulitzer Prize Finalist for General Nonfiction (“Terrorists and Novelists”) and Fiction (“Persian Nights”)
“Eddy Ancinas must be a wonderful person to travel with: she is curious, observant, well-informed, enthusiastic, and plucky. Her memoir of a sometimes harrowing, sometimes exhilarating trek through the Andes is a joy to read from start to finish.”
Molly GilesAuthor of “Wife with Knife” and “All the Wrong Places”
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Eddy Ancinas PO Box 2668 Olympic Valley, CA 96146 530.448.1014 Email Eddy