A warm welcome to another newcomer to our travel writing contests, David Greer. Enjoy his great story Dr. Rap: An Unexpected Encounter here.
This year's competition just keeps getting better. Today I am thrilled to feature the latest entry from Lindsay de Feliz. You can read her story Consequences here.
This is a story about me and my friend Shardul backpacking in central India following the river, from its origination till it reaches the Arabian sea in the west, in the summer of 2014."
Read Aditi's enchanting story The River is listening here.
This year's competition continues to produce some excellent stories. The latest is from another regular contributor, Mike Cavanagh. I am sure you will thoroughly enjoy his new entry, Canberra, In A Roundabout Way. You can read it here.
For our 5th entry this year, it is my pleasure to welcome back a regular supporter of ours, Frank Kusy. This contribution comes from his newly released book Life before Frank: from Cradle to Kibbutz and is titled Poor Economy. Enjoy Frank's story here.
Our 4th Annual Travel Stories Competition is now well underway. This year's fourth entry is from Andrew Klein. Read his enthralling story To Italy and back here.
Andy Klein was born in New York and raised in southern California. He graduated from San Diego State University, and, after attaining his master's degree in psychology, spent the next fifteen years traveling around the world. He taught children in Japan and Taiwan as well as here, in the states. Inspired by his youngest son, he has begun to write a series of children's books. He now lives with his family north of Atlanta.
It is a real privilege to be able to feature Ronald Mackay with the third entry in this year;s Travel Stories Competition. Read his fabulous entry Words of Magic here.
He and his Peruvian wife live in a small house they built on the shores of Rice Lake, Ontario, Canada where they welcome family and friends from time to time.
The second entry in this year's Travel Stories Competition is from a regular contributor to our travel writing contests, Syd Blackwell. Enjoy his latest story FLOTEL here.
Uruguay, has been our home for more than a decade. My wife and I share our home with our five dogs. And quite a few visitors. We have found time in our retirement to do things we never seemed to find time to do before. I have found time to be a writer and an artist. Both give me great pleasure. We have continued to travel, particularly in South America.
4th Annual Travel Stories Competition now open
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