Get a temporary cure for your own case of winter wanderlust tonight at McNally Jackson bookstore in SoHo, where a bevy of stars will align to share their tales of travel with the poor souls who can't afford to jet off to Tanzania on a moment's notice. Lights, Camera...Travel! is a new anthology from Lonely Planet, featuring 33 stories from some of the most well-traveled people in the film business, some of whom will be celebrating its release tonight.

Get chatty with contributors Alec Baldwin (the same Baldwin that recently said he'd rather travel the world with his girlfriend than run for mayor), who reflects upon how "the bulk of bad things in my life happened in LA;" Sandra Bernhard, who writes about traveling through Morocco with her baby daughter; Anthony Edwards, who took a year-long around-the-world trip with his family; Bob Balaban, who recalls his adventures in the small town of Real de Catorce while shooting The Mexican; and Paulina Porizkova, who remembers the tribulations of shooting an action flick in Romania. The event is free, though your Bernhardt-inspired impulse ticket to Africa is not.