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Eating Cute Creatures, Drinking Legal Moonshine, and the Futility of Soccer

March is in like a lion and it’s time for another strange and wonderful issue of Perceptive Travel webzine, home to the best travel stories from book authors on the move. Fresh off our third year in a row placing as

Public Art in the Azores, Fabric vs. Dust in the Sahara, and Eating Creepy Creatures in China

It’s a new year and time for a new issue of Perceptive Travel, with offbeat stories from book authors moving through the Azores Islands of Portugal, the Sahara Desert of Algeria, and rural China. If you’re just joining us, I launched

Black Voodoo in Benin, Bipolar Mariachi, and the Great Wall of Vietnam

With an oddball assortment like that, you know it’s time for another issue of Perceptive Travel webzine. The September issue hits three continents and throws in reviews of new travel books and world music releases too. James M. Dorsey returns with

Bush People, Horse People, and Train People

Last week we published the August 2012 issue of Perceptive Travel, home to the best travel stories from book authors on the move. The Bush People of Hadzabe are some of Africa’s most isolated people, still hunting and living nomadically the

Opening Burma, the Maasai Warrior Scholar, and Locked Down in Waikiki

Travel can be unpredictable. Sometimes that’s half the fun, sometimes it can mean big problems. This month’s issue looks at perceptions and impermanence in three destinations. Michael Buckley is back with a timely story on a travel destination that may finally