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Tales To Go, No. 7
Cover photo by Rubén Pérez

 

Inside This Issue

I wanted confirmation that all those feverish flashbacks I carry with me…are slideshows of a past living on in relative concert today.”

Peer inside the lives of everyday folk in the “other” City of Angels, and the home of an eccentric American poet in Carmel. Embark on a highly unusual tour in Shodoshima; venture to Lhasa the hard way.

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Authors


Kelly Luce

Show Me, Shouyu

The show must go on.



Brian Spencer

The Guardian

Individuals create the texture of a place.



April Orcutt

On the Lam on the Road to Lhasa

How far back can a back road go?



Keith Skinner

Inside the Tower

A bookstore browse leads to a pilgrimage.