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The Hole Made by a Waterfall

by Eileen Gonzalez

"The Hole Made by a Waterfall" is a charming, intimate account of family research-motivated travels through Ireland. Leslie Lee’s travelogue "The Hole Made by a Waterfall" is about a long search for her family’s origins. With her... Read More

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A Hard Place to Leave

by Kristine Morris

The luminous essays of journalist Marcia DeSanctis’s "A Hard Place to Leave" juxtapose the restless search for elsewhere with longing for home. The entries begin in a dank Moscow hotel room in 1983, and end with DeSanctis on a blazing... Read More

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The Hiking Book from Hell

by Kristine Morris

Comedian Are Kalvø’s "The Hiking Book from Hell" is a smart, funny, and honest exposé of the cult of the outdoors, from the sublime to the ridiculous. On the cusp of middle age, Kalvø is worried. His friends have all disappeared,... Read More

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Crossing Paths

by Kristine Morris

The Pacific Crest Trail winds its way between the Mexican and Canadian borders, challenging and inspiring trekkers with its deserts and streams, dense forests, and rugged mountain slopes. In "Crossing Paths", editors Rees Hughes and... Read More

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Troubled Water

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Jens Mühling’s colorful travelogue "Troubled Water" captures the history and cultures on the shores of the Black Sea. The Black Sea has been a crossroads for warring and colonizing societies since human civilization began to take form... Read More

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