Jeff speaks with Mary Ann Thomas and Christina Brobby, two travel writers of color from VONA (Voices of Our Nation’s Arts); we hear some great music by Oisima and The Polyversal Souls.
(Note: Because of the longer than usual interview, no News this podcast.)
Have a Listen!
Resources for the books, organizations & music in Episode 12:
Opening Nicaragua story by Jamilah Malika:
(Jamilah’s website is under construction)
2018 Himalayan Writers Workshop, with Jeff Greenwald & Laurie Wagner:
Interviews: Mary Ann Thomas and Christina Brobby, two travel writers
of color from the VONA Workshop:
ET News: Women travelers and harassment:
For more ET News with Natalie Lefevre, visit
Opening story music (Jamilah Malika): Mmhmm, from Nicaragua Nights, by Oisima
Podcast Theme Music: Energizer, by Stephen Kent, from the album Family Tree
Closing track: Sad Nile is by The Polyversal Souls. A Berlin-based band that draws
from several African styles, most notably Ethiopian Jazz. The track is from their 2015 release, Invisible Joy.
Additional music by Jef Stott
Geo Quiz-zine #12:
Q – In a 2013 interview, the late Anthony Bourdain was asked where he would eat if
he knew he had only 24 hours to live. In what city was his chosen restaurant located?
A – Enter and win Faith Adiele’s Thailand memoir, Meeting Faith
Read Ethical Traveler's Reprint Policy.