SUNDAY MAGAZINE: 23 OCTOBER, 2016
Welcome to the third installment of our Sunday Magazine, the perfect literary accompaniment to your weekend. In this issue, our Gastronomy Editor, Cecilia Hae-Jin Lee offers up her story on Kimchee Pizza in Los Angeles for our Eaten series; Irish writer Padraig Rooney follows the trail of Byron and Hobhouse in the Bernese Oberland; Contributing Writer Maria Wiesner tracks the trails of British traveller Edith Durham; and American poets Kevin Cutrer and Elizabeth Schultz allow us to travel alongside them through their poems.
Twenty Years of Balkan Tangle
A long conversation with the Serbian administrator was followed by more questions about what she wanted to do in the country. She replied honestly: “Travel and sketch and photograph and collect curios.” But she received the stern answer that there were other lands in Europe where all this could be done.
Byron and Hobhouse in the Bernese Oberland
Montbovon was for centuries a transit point on the cheese road, where wheels of Gruyère went south over the mountain to Lake Geneva, the Valais and points beyond. Our hikers ate at the inn and were farmed out to locals for the night.