Thursday, 9 September 2004

Interview in Motionsickness magazine

The latest issue of Motionsickness magazine focuses on The San Francisco Connection , with features on several S.F. Bay Area travel writers and activists including an interview with yours truly . You can read excerpts (it’s a fairly raw transcript) on the Web, but there’s lots more good stuff in the printed magazine, as always.

Like many of the best travel magazines, Motionsickness is a small-circulation, infrequent, somewhat erratically published labor of love. They could use your money. And if you subscribe now, you can still get both a one-year subscription to the magazine (regularly US$12-20 sliding scale) and a copy of The Practical Nomad Guide to the Online Travel Marketplace (regularly US$17.95) for a total of only US$20. Act now: this deal is unlikely to be extended once the current printing of the book is sold out.

Link | Posted by Edward on Thursday, 9 September 2004, 10:54 (10:54 AM)
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