Photo: David Page


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

I went on a Grindr date to a Muslim wedding in Malaysia and this is what happened

by Andrew Headspeath

On guns, fear, and the people you meet in Northern Kenya

by Rachel Reed

Fear is the catalyst for everything solo travel brings me

by Sahaj Kohli

Walking the Camino de Santiago: what one man taught me

by Jessica Sjouerman

Why we need travel more than ever

by Steffani Cameron

This millennial and elder’s poignant discussion over Trump shows how far we have to go

by Mary Sojourner

Why don’t more Black Americans want to visit Africa?

by Ashlee Tuck

My husband is Muslim American. Here’s what I’ve learned about his culture

by Julia Kitlinski-Hong

Why I won’t live in trump’s america, and why you won’t either

by Matt Koller

Hey, Millennial sisters, empowerment is not spelled C R A Z Y B U S Y

by Mary Sojourner

What I learned from being a fat traveler

by Monica Santos

I’m Cuban-American. Here’s how I feel about Castro, Trump, and what history tells us.

by Monica Santos

Fat women are the most invisible people in the world. Here’s why

by Feminista Jones

A love letter to California

by Paige Smith

I lived in the US legally for 15 years before I was forced out of line — and out of the country

by William Han

That time I was just another tourist where they filmed Game of Thrones

by Rebecca Bellan

Why feminism is important to me as an Indian man

by Siddarth Dutta

A brief memoir of a Vietnamese-American girl

by Vivien Bui
Load More