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The latest anthology, Wanderlust #3, contains the best travel essays of 2021 as selected from the finest works published through our online magazine. At its heart, WANDERLUST is home for the creative power of a pen and a passport.
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With huge thanks to our contributors, Andra Watkins, Alison Auger, Gloria Nixon-John, Elie Axelroth, Suzanne Roberts, Helen Lippman, Aaron Horwath, Jess D. Taylor, Pam Newton, Camille Lowry, Paul Perilli, Kendall Poe, Erica Plouffe Lazure, Tiffiny Spire, Hannah Berman, Christie Munson Muller, Birgit Hedwig Wildt, Dustin Grinnell, Bob Kunzinger, Anne-Marie Oomen, Samantha Schoech, Clement Obropta, M.K. Martin, Nancy Barnes, Tamara Deland, Anna Oberg and Suzanne Roberts.
Wanderlust: A Travel Journal, based out of New Mexico, is the annual anthology of the best first person travel narratives. In these divisive political times, our focus is on experiences of places and cultures that connect us across the globe. The printed anthology comes from a selection of those published online in 2019 .
Thanks to our contributors:
Brianna M Stallings, Bob Kunzinger, Jaclyn Fowler, Adriana Añon, Joanell Serra, Stuart Watson, Stacy E. Holden, Anthony Bain, Meg Freer, Paul T.M. Jackson, Ruth McIntosh, Kim Sosin, Janet Rives, James Agombar, Liliana Manzone, Bill Diamond, Breana Gervat, John A. Barrett, Tina Rafowitz, Nicholas Guerreiro, Tej Rae, Tim Vincent, Anita Lekic, Vincent Lam, Maddie Lock, Dante Fresse, Melissa Monk, Elliot Werner, Beth Chardack, Tom Squitieri, Lizzie Roberts, Chris Wiewiora, Marimac McRae, Nils Peterson and K.M. Churchill.
The Best of Wanderlust #1
Thanks to the following contributors, you are amazing. Thanks to Brianna, you made this happen. Thanks to Carley for helping out too.
James Agombar, Susan Aspley, Anthony Bain, Michelle Bracken, Steve Brouillette, Danny Burdet, Kaori Fujimoto, Lindsay Gacad, Steve Gardiner, Daniel Gabriel, JL Hall, Rebecca Hart Olander, Greg Hill, Bob Kunizinger, Wendy Kozma, Karen Lethlean, Frank Light, Bridget A. Lyons, Dheepa R. Maturi, Devan McNabb, Kari Nielson, Paul Perilli, Anitha Devi Pillai, Anna Reid, Harriet Riley, Shelli Rottschafer, Jonathan Sapers, Jonathan Smulian, Mia Sundby, Honor Teodosi, William Thompson, Tim Weed, O. Alan Weltzein, Mark West and Keith Wilson.
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BRING A CHAINSAW:
by Sarah Leamy
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to clean up after a hurricane in Florida? Where those dirt roads in Colorado will take you? How to build an adobe and strawbale home by hand? What to expect riding your motorcycle across the States with stilts strapped on the seat? How to keep your mouth shut when living at a Buddhist monastery in England?
by Sarah Leamy
With her two friendly pups, and a somewhat feral cat called Stephen, Sarah explored the backroads of the Northwest. Passing through Colorada, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon, this little family stumbled across those back roads.
NM Book Awards Winner 2017
Great Northwest Book Festival Grand Prize 2017
STEVIE’S TRAVELS PHOTO ESSAY: Meet Little Stevie. He was once a foundling feral kitten who is now an adept traveling cat. He took to life in the camper van and hiked with the two dogs, explored mountain lakes, and even ocean beaches. The Northwest became a second home. This is his story.
VAN LIFE PHOTO ESSAY: In a van with two dogs and a cat called Stephen, Sarah set out looking for a new place to call home. They drove 7200 miles, all on rural backroads, exploring Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, and Oregon. They stopped at hidden lakes, mountain rivers, and chatting to locals. It was quite the trip.
EXPLORING NEW MEXICO: Over the last twenty years, Sarah has taken as many back roads as possible, giving her a great sense of the most unique camping sites, hiking trails, rivers, mountains, lakes and dirt tracks.
DIRT ROADS AND DOGS: Are you an armchair traveler? Or do you like to get out with your dogs to discover new campgrounds and forest roads? Well, sit back and enjoy these photographs of trips through Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico with Harold, Rosie and Oliver.