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Issue 1: Firsts
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We aim to redefine who travels and what travel looks like, as well as to reshape the kinds of journeys–whether real or imagined–that can be...
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Firsts: Cherry Picking
At twilight, Johnny roams the narrow streets. He passes the central square, the old church and the launderette. He walks on searching for something. When...
Firsts: Our Own Archipelago
Two days since midsummer passed. We partied all night on summer cottage decking and drank strong beer with a bear’s face snarling at us from...
Firsts: Streetview: Mumbai
The gypsies had been there ever since I can remember. There were men, women, and children. The men were dark, surly, and unwashed, often bearded....
Bio: Matthew Webb
“Travel photography has the opportunity to prick our senses and stimulate thoughts, yet the opposite is more common. The travel industry promotes images that help...
Weekend Reading: Indian Head Massage
After I have travelled your scalp for twenty-two and a half minutes dissolving the knots smoothing the cramped furrows of pain you ask me what...
Open: The Road on the Moss
There are some journeys that stay with you. They don’t need to be epic Himalayan treks or rainforest expeditions. I was 10 or 11 when...
Open: Bola Nuts
The sun was hot on the back of my neck. Hunger stretched and yawned like an expectant embryo needing nourishment in my belly. I unwrapped...
Issue 4: Seen
Perhaps more than any other time in recent history, how we see places and one another will determine what happens next to our human family....
Seen: Dr. Premachandra’s St Louis Pilgrimage: Mapping the Mid-West from a Cadillac
I awoke in a state of shock on Thursday, March 5, 2015. Even though I was prepared for the events of that day, the full,...
Seen: High Hopes on the Cotswold Way
The plan was to quit my job then walk the Cotswold Way, a 102-mile path along a Jurassic-age escarpment in southwest England. Beyond that there...
I walked down the ramp, to the edge of the river, and sat on the quay, my calves and feet dangling above the water. I...
Seen: Triptych: London
East London reminds me of the ingredients of a casserole, different elements in the pot with some of them blending quickly while the others take...
Seen: On Filmmaking and Travel
I don’t remember when I developed the urge to travel. Did it start when I took my first film job in 2008, which saw me...
Lost: The Essence of Bourdain
In the aftermath of a catastrophe, such as a suicide, it is so much easier to be reminiscent and melancholy. We wallow in the why...
Lost: In Conversation with Max Sher
I first met Max Sher at the Calvert 22 Gallery in London. He had been invited to share images from his long-term ongoing photography project,...
Lost: VONA Travels Journal
Every 100 Kilometres, A New Country: Bicycling Across India 2 September 2017: Three days before the flight When I was a child. As the daughter...
Lost: October Beaches and the Palette of Days
Back in Marseille, it’s still possible to swim in the late reaches of October. The water, not being oceanic, stays warm, and like the temperature...
Lost: A Walk Among Signs: Berlin’s Places of Remembrance
The German verb erinnern was always one of the hardest for me to master. First there were its multiple syllables, without a hint as to...
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