Tuesday, November 20, 2007

 
Expat Harem Contributors Strike Again!
Congratulations to three Expat Harem writers, whose travel tales appear in freshly released anthologies from Travelers’ Tales…

In November’s Encounters with the Middle East: True Stories of People and Culture that Help You Understand the Region, edited by Nesreen Khashan and Jim Bowman, Katherine Belliel’s funny story about how a bus trip from Bursa brings out her mothering instinct --“Instant Mother, Just Add Tea” -- appears, as does “Just Under Your Feet” by Tricia Venola, about a chunk of the fourth-century Magnaura Palace under a carpet shop in Istanbul's Sultanahmet neighborhood.



Kathleen Hamilton Gundogdu’s “Measuring Cups” about a rite of passage in Mexico City appears in A Woman's World Again: True Stories of World Travel, edited by Marybeth Bond, published in October.



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