For decades, Eugene Fodor wrote and edited the travel books that introduced middle-class travelers to the world—when he wasn’t moonlighting as a spook.
New York-based David Farley writes for The New York Times, National Geographic, Food & Wine, and the Guardian. He is the author of An Irreverent Curiosity: In Search of the Church’s Strangest Relic in Italy’s Oddest Town. You can find him online at https://www.tripout.online/ and http://dfarley.com/i
For centuries, Jesus’ foreskin has been counterfeited, stolen, and banished by the Vatican. David Farley searches for it in the remote Italian town where it’s still worshipped every January 1st.