My article about travelling in India, entitled Homecoming is accompanied by this lovely artwork from Margeurite Dabaie.
They are both in the very beautiful magazine [wherever], an American literary creation. They newly launched last year in print, which is a very brave thing to do. Published out of New York and Dubai it covers a wide range of travel stories and experiences. This month, apart from my own historical meanderings, you can read an Egyptian woman’s account of flying home to post-revolution Cairo and a harrowing description of life in Aleppo. There are also wonderful photo-essays about historical pictures of Morocco and the impact of tourism in rural Africa. I am honoured to be in such company.
Of course you can’t buy it on newsstands here. That’s no excuse. You can get it online from their site. It’s worth following them on Facebook too, because they put all sorts of amazing photos and travel references up in between issues.