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Issue 10: Intimacy
Issue 9: Borders
Issue 8: Space
Issue 7: Dawn
Issue 6: War & Peace
Issue 5: Lost
Issue 4: Seen
Issue 3: Open
Issue 2: Treasures
Issue 1: Firsts
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Firsts: When I Saw My Mother
Sometimes the people you need to meet are the ones you bring with you. When I saw her Hidden, in plain view My mother, the...
Issue 3: Open
We present our panoramic vision of travel literature in our Spring ‘Open’ issue. A carefully curated collection of travel poetry, fiction, and memoir, the selections...
Open: What You See
I wore my Afrodelik Designs shirt by a Toronto-based designer Dezi Dee. It depicts the profile of a black woman, outlined in white on a...
Open: Keisha Goes to Harvard
When Keisha wrote down Harvard University on the list her college counsellor gave her parents, it was because she knew that he would tell her...
Lost: Losing, Lost, Finding, Found
The compass originates in China during the Han Dynasty (2nd c BC-1st c AD), and was called a “south-governor,” used not for navigation but fortune...
Lost: Becoming Pirate Mama: Rethinking Life As a Single Mom
The wind blows fierce at 25 knots, strong enough for a Coast Guard small craft advisory. We’re heading straight into the wind so we must...
Space: El Escritor
Once there was a writer who lived in Mexico City who despaired of his calling. Most days he rose toward noon and went for a...
Intimacy: An Iteration of Reckoning
In this interview, Alton asked Lavinia about The Best Women’s Travel Writing anthology, the nebulous speculated futures of travel literature – in particular, travel writing...
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