Barry Golson is an American editor, journalist, and author. A graduate of Yale and Stanford University, he served as editor-in-chief at World Press Review for two years, Playboy for 12 years, and TV Guide for four years. He helped launch both Yahoo! Internet Life and ForbesTraveler.com, serving as both their editors. While at Playboy, he co-authored and edited a number of influential interviews, including John Lennon and Jimmy Carter. He also edited The Playboy Interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono and The Playboy Interview, both originally published in 1981. He authored Gringos in Paradise, a 2006 book detailing his and his wife's attempted retirement to Mexico, and Retirement Without Borders, a 2008 guide book detailing pros and cons of retiring to exotic locales. He was awarded the L

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  • Barry Golson is an American editor, journalist, and author. A graduate of Yale and Stanford University, he served as editor-in-chief at World Press Review for two years, Playboy for 12 years, and TV Guide for four years. He helped launch both Yahoo! Internet Life and ForbesTraveler.com, serving as both their editors. While at Playboy, he co-authored and edited a number of influential interviews, including John Lennon and Jimmy Carter. He also edited The Playboy Interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono and The Playboy Interview, both originally published in 1981. He authored Gringos in Paradise, a 2006 book detailing his and his wife's attempted retirement to Mexico, and Retirement Without Borders, a 2008 guide book detailing pros and cons of retiring to exotic locales. He was awarded the Lowell Thomas Travel Writing Award in 2004 for his article in AARP Magazine. (en)
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  • Barry Golson is an American editor, journalist, and author. A graduate of Yale and Stanford University, he served as editor-in-chief at World Press Review for two years, Playboy for 12 years, and TV Guide for four years. He helped launch both Yahoo! Internet Life and ForbesTraveler.com, serving as both their editors. While at Playboy, he co-authored and edited a number of influential interviews, including John Lennon and Jimmy Carter. He also edited The Playboy Interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono and The Playboy Interview, both originally published in 1981. He authored Gringos in Paradise, a 2006 book detailing his and his wife's attempted retirement to Mexico, and Retirement Without Borders, a 2008 guide book detailing pros and cons of retiring to exotic locales. He was awarded the L (en)
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