|Born||November 24, 1975
Seattle, Washington, United States
|Genres||Gonzo, Travel, Non-fiction|
|Notable work(s)||Do Travel Writers Go to Hell?|
Kohnstamm's travel writing mainly covers Latin America and the Caribbean.  In addition to Lonely Planet, he has worked for various magazines and newspapers. Kohnstamm is a graduate of both Stanford University and Bowdoin College, holds an MA in Latin American Studies and speaks both Spanish and Portuguese.
- Carlin Romano (April 27, 2008). "You'll never look at a travel book the same again". Philadelphia Inquirer.
- Richard Woodward (May 4, 2008). "Armchair Traveler". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-08-05.
- Joshua Bernstein (September 16, 2008). "Are these the dumbest travel trends?". Forbes Traveler.
- Thomas Kohnstamm (April 21, 2008). "Hot Beaches of Central America". Forbes Traveler.
- Lonely Planet. "Thomas Kohnstamm and our guidebooks". Lonely Planet.
- Thomas Kohnstamm, Thomas Kohnstamm Bio from official website www.thomaskohnstamm.com
- Random House Catalogue for Thomas Kohnstamm www.randomhouse.com
- Do Travel Writers Go to Hell? OFFICIAL SITE
- Thomas Kohnstamm on Myspace
- Do Travel Writers Go to Hell?: A Swashbuckling Tale of High Adventures, Questionable Ethics, and Professional Hedonism. Three Rivers Press. 2008-04-22. ISBN 0-307-39465-4.
- St. John, Warren (July 9, 2006). "A Job With Travel but No Vacation". New York Times. Retrieved 2008-08-05.
- Thomas Kohnstamm on Lonelyplanet.com
- Thomas Kohnstamm on Mediabistro.com
- Thomas Kohnstamm on Worldhum.com (Subversive Travel Novels)
- Thomas Kohnstamm on Worldhum.com (Subversive Travel Books)
- Thomas Kohnstamm for Forbes (North America's Sexiest Beaches)
- Thomas Kohnstamm for Forbes (Best Skiing South of the Equator)
- Thomas Kohnstamm for Forbes (World's 25 Sexiest Beaches)