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Fall Travel Writing Contest!

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After the terrific success of our Spring Writing Contest, we are doing it again! This time Nowhere is teaming up with Lorin Stein, editor of The Paris Review, for the Nowhere Fall Travel Writing Contest. (Yes, we like the seasons.) Brush off your manuscripts or write something new and send it to the only literary travel magazine going… We look forward to reading your work.

 

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The rise and fall of travel writing (in Guyana), driving through the U.S. West, funeral season in Indonesia, found objects in Siberia, still lifes from a lake house, and the lonely streets of northern France.

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“Nowhere defies traditional notions of travel writing while maintaining a conventional voice…its pages are full of the kind of stories mainstream travel magazines insert as an afterthought, a brief and rare glimpse into the traveler’s inner journey reflected through the exterior trip.”  -The Review Review

 

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