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Rich Carriero grew up in New Jersey. He has lived and worked in Manhattan, Istanbul and Colorado, where he currently resides with his wife and son.

Mr. Carriero has been writing since 2003.  His print and photographic work ranges from technical writing for the education, financial and energy industries to his main focus, travel writing.

Carriero's writing is strongly influenced by his fascination with history, both ancient and modern. His articles reveal the hidden, sometimes lurid details of a place that travel guides usually miss: the barbershops and restaurants where New York mob hits took place; the forgotten corners of Anatolia where the first Christians worshipped in caves.

He is also an Academic Manager with Next Step Test Preparation, the director of curriculum development for both the GRE and GMAT practice tests.  He has created textbooks, practice tests and online videos for both exams.  Mr. Carriero has also been a freelance consultant for Barron's Educational Series, reviewing manuscripts for different course books.

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