Carlos Harrison has
suffered from wanderlust and a raging curiosity his whole life. “Luckily,” he says, “I managed to turn it into a career.” The Miami resident and Pulitzer Prize winner has written about everything from cigars and celebrities to presidential races and Paso Fino horses for Southern Living, Coastal Living, Preservation, People, and more. He’s also interested in fitness, so writing about the Pritikin Longevity Center for this issue was perfect—and an eye-opener. “The staffers look like they’re aging in reverse,” he says. To see more of his work, including info on his twelve Spanish and English books, check out his website, carlosharrison.com.
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