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Sunday Magazine: 16.10.16
Welcome to the second edition of our weekly Sunday Magazine. Each Sunday, we bring you selected travel-themed works from around the world, including poetry, memoir,...
Weekend Reading: Food for the inner child
My first meaningful encounter with food took place on the French Riviera in the summer of 1991. I don’t remember it, but the story has...
Weekend Reading: Anastasia maps
Each night my handiwork charts Calypso’s serenade, the arrival of things that can only be made from scratch, a second language learned by the precisionist...
Weekend Reading: An unreliable guide to London
Lord Kitchener, the late Trinidadian calypsonian, arrived in England on the Empire Windrush in 1948, with several songs in his back pocket. Kitchener, a then...
Weekend Reading: Taal Lake and the Lagunzad Trail
Dan Lagunzad was a botanist: he was built slim and thrumming, like a low, springy tree that was just a little bit taller than I...
Bio: Devi Laskar
“We travel to understand the world that unfolds before us, we travel to understand ourselves.” Devi S. Laskar is the author of The Atlas of...
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