Tales To Go, No. 13

Cover photo: © Bpperry | Dreamstime.com
Cover photo: © Bpperry | Dreamstime.com


Inside This Issue

Big world, opposite sides, but still we meet.”

Our anniversary issue takes you into the heart and soul of travel through four different authors’ stories. It’s quite a trip!

No ads, no flash, no fluff. Just four stories a month for $1.99.


Meet the Authors

Yuan Fen

Christina Ammon has penned stories for Orion MagazineHemispheres, the San Francisco ChronicleCondé Nast, and numerous travel anthologies. She is the recipient of an Oregon Literary Arts Fellowship for nonfiction and she organizes the Deep Travel writing tours in Morocco and Nepal. When not traveling, Christina Ammon lives in Ruch, Oregon where she writes, sips wine, and paraglides.

Traveling the Sas

Barbara Robertson is an award-winning journalist and author from Mill Valley, California who writes about computer animation, visual effects, and virtual reality for Cinefex, Variety, Computer Graphics World, Studio Daily, and other publications. Her travel essays have appeared in Travelers’ Tales anthologies and the San Francisco Chronicle.

Dance of Betrayal in Nairobi

Camille Cusumano, a former editor at VIA  magazine, is the author of Tango, an Argentine Love Story. She has written for numerous publications, including National Geographic Traveler, Los Angeles Times, and The New York Times. She is the editor of four literary travel anthologies on France, Italy, Mexico, and Greece. She lives in San Francisco.

Exhale, Laughing

Marianne Rogoff is the author of the memoir Silvie’s Life; the story collection When Your Heart Cracks Open, Keep Traveling; and more than one travel story in The Best Travel Writing and The Best Women’s Travel Writing from Travelers’ Tales. She also has published many feature essays and book reviews in The Rumpus, San Francisco Chronicle, and Bloomsbury Review.