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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
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Traveling abroad forces you to understand criticism of the US. Here’s why that’s positive

by Tim Wenger
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Can we just accept that some people (like me) must travel alone?

by Scott Summers
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On Jan. 21st, I’m marching for my dad

by Emma Thieme
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We share a language through folded paper

by Scott Summers
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When you don’t know how to ask for help, travel becomes your best teacher

by Aimée Bourget
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What a hard fall taught me about being alone

by Mary Sojourner
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How the spirit of martial arts changed my politics (for the better)

by Scott Summers
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2017 New Year’s wishes for my sisters of all ages

by Mary Sojourner
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On being a ‘leftover’ woman who loves to travel

by Haisu Qu
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Beyond wanderlust — I quit my job to travel indefinitely, but I did it to survive

by Rushel Miller
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Two chicks fifty years apart, on the road to becoming a traveler

by Matador Team

How I learned big city living just isn’t for me

by Scott Summers
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How my martial arts experience has ruined my travel life

by Scott Summers

So you were horrified by the election. Here’s why it’s good millions don’t see the same way

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

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

by Rachel Reed
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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
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