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Podcast Episode 1 with Jenny Williams

Photo of Jenny D. Williams
In our first episode, we interview author Jenny Williams about The Atlas of Forgotten Places, her captivating first novel set against the backdrop of ivory smuggling and civil war in Uganda and the DR Congo.

We also have stories on Shark Stewards and The Ethics of Camel Riding.

Have a listen!




Resources for the books, organizations & music in Episode 1:

The Atlas of Forgotten Places
http://www.jennydwilliams.com/the-atlas-of-forgotten-places.html

Shark Stewards
http://sharkstewards.org/

The Ethics of Camel Riding
https://ethicaltraveler.org/2017/05/you-wouldnt-ride-an-elephant-but-what-about-a-camel/

For information about our ET News stories with Natalie Lefevre, please visit
https://ethicaltraveler.org/posts/

Music:

Podcast Theme Music — Energizer, by Stephen Kent, from the album Family Tree
https://stephenkent.net

Additional music by Jef Stott
http://jefstott.com/

Story music: by G.S. Sachdev, from the album Flights of Improvisation

Oud Music from the Fes SoukArtist and album unknown; gift to Jeff Greenwald from merchant in a Fes plastic flower shop.

Camel Ride by Navaraj Gurung, from the album Fusion Dreams
http://tinyurl.com/yclrotxu

Closing music: Doona by Les Amazones d’Afrique, from the album Republic Amazone.
https://www.facebook.com/AmazonesdAfrique/

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