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Suzanne Roberts

Suzanne is the author of Almost Somewhere: Twenty-Eight Days on the John Muir Trail, which won the 2012 National Outdoor Book Award, as well as four collections of poetry, most recently Plotting Temporality (Pecan Grove Press, 2012). She currently writes and teaches in South Lake Tahoe, California. For more information, please visit her website at www.suzanneroberts.net

Bargaining, or the third stage of grief, in Port Antonio, Jamaica

On blacking out in Peru

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12 incredible places to hit on your Northern Nevada road trip

One degree of separation

Why I can’t stop going to Burning Man

Bellagio people

Stretching the thigh fat: The yoga lesson in Alleppey, India

Mother as wingman in Santorini, Greece

On loving the lie more than the truth: A one-night stand in Costa Rica

Thoughts on white people in blackface for the Dutch ‘Black Pete’ tradition

On PowerBars, lepers, and parade-stopping in Varanasi

How to piss off a writer

A terrorist in the family

How to piss off a Tahoe local

Welcome to Agra

Gone missing: Lost in a Mexican disco

Scared shitless: A Peruvian evacuation

Adopted by an Indian mother in Kerala

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