Welcome to the September 2017 issue of our online magazine, the home of the best travel stories from authors on the move, as well as the latest new and notable books. Here's what we've got in store for you:
Their Northernmost Life in Arctic Norway - David Nikel
Busloads of tourists rush to Norway's North Cape for a photo opportunity but are back on their cruise ships within the blink of an eye. David Nikel slowed down and met some of the colorful characters—human and animal—that call this remote corner of Scandinavia their home.
Surfing the Rainforest in Queensland - Michael Buckley
Under the spell of the enchanted Daintree Rainforest, where ancient trees and deadly fruits rule in northern Queensland, Australia.
Biking Across Borders in the Balkans - Tim Leffel
Cycling through three formerly war-torn Balkan countries over six days means beautiful scenery pockmarked by sad reminders of the past.
Taking the Carolina Hometown Tour - Lydia Carey
A writer's journey into a family's and a country's past in the mill towns of North Carolina.
Travel Book Reviews - William Caverlee
An eclipse-chasing scientist details a lifetime of eclipse-chasing and two anthologies highlight talented women writing about the world and about Paris.
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