Bruce Farr’s writing is characterized by its range. It spans everything from a ghostwritten, book-length memoir about a famous transatlantic sailing team, to a spirited interview with Andrew S. Grove, the founder and former CEO of Intel. From a meditation on picking apples in a New England orchard, to a feature about a lunchtime interview Bruce had with legendary broadcaster Walter Cronkite. From a reflection on a quirky Arizona restaurant and “watering hole” called El Chorro, to an NPR commentary for All Things Considered about picking up the pieces after losing a job. Bruce’s compelling articles, essays, columns and commentaries on business, the arts, food, technology and human interest reflect a deft hand and a boundless curiosity.