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MeFi Mag:

The Travel Issue, June 2011

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Published by:
MeFi Mag
Published:
10/31/2011
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
32 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Entertainment
Tags:
America, entertainment, essay, Graph, Journey, mexico, photographs, Thailand, travel, voyage

This issue was written and shot all over the world — from Japan to Texas, Scotland to Pennsylvania — then compiled in California, laid out in a secret lair on the East Coast and printed back in California. With that global community in mind, and with summer approaching — which increases the number of travel questions (pg. 16), it made sense to pick a Travel and Place theme for June. We have stories on how the land shapes narrative (pg. 20), on what proximity means for relationships (pg. 12), and on whether you can ever really leave (pg. 8). No good trip is without some tangents, and even as place stretches into landscape (pg. 18) and travel turns into journey (pg. 7), or you just get covered with a bunch of ants (pg. 4), I think we've included enough detours and rambles to be worth at least one trip to the beach. We hope that both you and this issue travel well.

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