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Led by Director and Chief Exec, Matthew Webb, over 120 editors, writers, and other contributors including Troy Onyango, Faith Adiele, Nicolas D. Sampson, Marie Baleo,...
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Firsts: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief
I got into travel writing accidentally: it’s not something I intended to do, but a series of circumstances happened which made me into a travel...
Chivambo loved to tell stories, but this one was his favourite. He told it as often as he could. Some heard it when he was...
Firsts: Letter from Home: Farasan Island
I can imagine you trying to open the envelope that contains this letter, as weariness conquers you. I know you are still trying to come...
Firsts: Triptych: Everest
The curtains flowed rhythmically in and out with the wail of the siren. Different from the wide-open view of the rescue helicopter, the ambulance felt...
Firsts: Everything but the Ranch
There’s a light that is particular to Chihuahuan desert of West Texas, to which the town of Marfa belongs, that has less to do with...
Issue 1: Firsts
Welcome to Panorama‘s first Quarterly Issue. Our purpose is to shift the perspective of travel literature and imagery towards a more panoramic, modern worldview, and...
Weekend Reading: Twenty Years of Balkan Tangle
It was in the town of Shkodra, in northern Albania, that I first picked up the name Edith Durham. Strolling the streets in the dry...
Weekend Reading: The Artist as Diplomat
When the ordinary has become too safe, too stale, we are advised to make it strange, to look again, and magnify until the edges blur,...
Weekend Reading: The Rumour
Once upon a time, the Princess circulated a rumour. It began on her island at the top of her tower, in her round room, at...
Issue 2: Treasures
Welcome to Panorama’s second Quarterly issue. Panorama exists to not only publish extraordinary diverse travel literature and imagery, but to widen the definition of what...
Treasures: Letter from the Editor-in-Chief: Treasure as Transformation
When the editorial team for Panorama suggested the theme of ‘treasure’ for our second Quarterly, I was immediately intrigued. The idea of treasure is a...
Treasures: The Empty Country
In 1933, my father spent his 18th birthday hanging upside down in a cell in Vilna’s infamous Lukiskes gaol, urine poured into his nostrils by...
Treasures: Cartography: I’le Glut you with Gold — The Strange Ambivalence of the Treasure Map
I beheld great heaps of coin and quadrilaterals built of bars of gold. That was Flint’s treasure that we had come so far to seek...
Treasures: Poet in the Jungle
heading for the Amazon, past the great volcano Coto Paxi, muzzle of a giant animal rising 19,000 feet from its base, snow covered, waiting to...
Open: Northern Ignorance and Southern Evidence
Every time I go home to El Dorado, Arkansas, I can’t seem to fight the feeling that someone or something is trying to kill me....
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