Lost & Found Bangkok - กรุงเทพฯ

A Travel Guide for the Connoisseur

Authored by Janet Brown
Edited by Janet McKelpin

Photographs by Nana Chen, Don Gilliland, Rodney Moore, Rattapon
Teanchai, Likit Q Kittisakdinan

Everyone who lives in Bangkok, whether they were born there or chose it as their home, has a different view of the city–no two people live in the same place, even if they live on the same block. In this book are images of five different cities through the eyes of five different residents–showing the Bangkok that they have found and hurried to preserve with a camera before it becomes lost.

Janet Brown
Janet Brown has always lived on the Pacific Rim: in Alaska, Seattle, and Thailand. A bookseller for twenty years, she was until recently travel buyer at the Elliott Bay Book Company, that literary oasis that makes Seattle livable.
Janet took an extended cigarette break between 1995 and 2001 to teach English in Bangkok. She is now back in Seattle, reinventing her life and planning a permanent return to that city that she loves best in the world, despite her continuing battle with the Thai language (which up to this point is the clear-cut winner).

Janet McKelpin
Janet McKelpin lives in San Francisco, California, where she works as a designer and editor. 

Nana Chen
Sathon Road ถนนสาทร

Don Gilliland
Dasa Book Café at 714/4 Sukhumvit Road ถนนสุขุมวิท
Bookstore Owner 

Rodney Moore
Soi Chokchai Ruammit, Chatuchak เขตจตุจักร

Rattapon Teanchai
Rat Burana, Thonburi ราษฎร์บูรณะ ธนบุรี

Likit Q Kittisakdinan
Asoke อโศก

2011, 7 1/8 x 9 1/2 inches; 240 pages; paperback; color photos
ISBN-10: 1-934159-21-2
ISBN-13: 978-1-934159-21-7