"I have good news for you, Jay [or Tom, Roger, Kid, Shelley...] — the world is NOT going to end!"
That's how I began most of my sixteen radio interviews yesterday morning, opening with the requisite doomsday/apocalypse chuckles before moving to Maya calendar 101, Mesoamerican geography/history, then ending with a discussion of Mundo Maya travel strategies and opportunities.
Longer interviews allowed me to tell the story of paddling up the Macal River  two years ago, when I was first inspired to write my latest book, Maya 2012: A Guide to Celebrations in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize & Honduras .
Thanks to my publisher, Moon Travel Guides, and to Auritt Communications for setting up this voice marathon. I am happy to say that it could not have been coordinated or executed more smoothly!
For a taste, listen to this 7-minute interview with James Lowe of the Jiggy Jaguar Show .
Here's a related interview I did earlier this year: Rick Steves Radio: Mundo Maya