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Narrative

Matador’s narrative travel writing includes long form narrative essays, nonlinear narratives, micro narratives, and some of the most innovative writers working in nonfiction.

Narrative Articles
23

Buenos Aires: Don’t call it Paris

by Mark Pampanin
4

Why traveling solo is better than traveling with friends

by Cristina Luisa
4

Most lives are lived by default

by David Cain
19

Things you learn when you live in Argentina

by Daniel Tunnard
1

Why moving to the US was the hardest move I ever had to make

by Annabel LaLonde
1

On the lure of the travel tattoo

by Cristina Luisa

Ode to a bus driver

by Sarah Morbitzer
2

On freedom in America: Three decades of New Years

by Nellie Barg

The gentrification of Brooklyn, in 3 holiday parties

by Katka Lapelosov√°
2

Why the world is more open to me as a homosexual

by Ben Lambert
2

12 characters you’ll meet on trains in Europe

by Katka Lapelosov√°
5

Modern nomads: Why the smartest among us wander

by Kate Hakala
6

“Why are you black?” A look at race and diversity in Spain

by Jessica Poitevien
7

What it’s like to be gay in South Korea

by Meg Ten Eyck
4

Why I will never sleep with an On the Road fanatic

by Kate Hakala
6

Crossing convictions: trains, borders, and a criminal past

by Cullen Thomas
5

Ash Springs: Why do the sweetest places always get trashed?

by Mary Sojourner
5

My education began after I received my diploma

by Matthew Abrams
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