Cooler than Kelvin
September 25, 2017 In
[ Pokhara ] From time to time most of us think we’ve hit upon some plan or idea or dream that is different—something ultra cool, undeniably unique, or particularly...
The Ancient & The New
September 11, 2016 In
[ Varanasi ] Time flies when you get caught up in things. Especially nice things: photography, reading, exploring–and making huge strides on the updated version of this...
A Somber Anniversary
April 25, 2016 In
[ Pokhara ] One Year Ago Today the Nepal Earthquake hit, claiming almost 9,000 lives across the country. Today there were a few low-key memorials here in Pokhara: candlelight...
February 3, 2016 In
[ Yueqing ] I suppose everyone has their Everest to climb, though ironically that mountain never spoke to me. For me it was always Sagarmatha’s sexier, deadlier little...
Nomads of Mongolia
January 4, 2016 In
Those of you who followed my adventures in Mongolia will want to watch this newly released travel short. I met the producer, Ansley Sawyer, in a small coffeeshop in Olgiy...
The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows
April 20, 2015 In
[ Pokhara, Nepal ] onism – n. the frustration of being stuck in just one body, that inhabits only one place at a time, which is like standing in front of the departures...
GazaFont, #UncoverGaza, and You
March 28, 2015 In
[ Pokhara, Nepal ] You will rarely find overt politics here at The Transglobalist, except to clarify the (typically negative, unwanted) impact of the global haves on the world’s have-nots....
The King is Dead…
March 24, 2015 In
[ Pokhara, Nepal ] I’d like to tell you a story about ripples and waves. And a stone named Orly King. Orly died yesterday; cancer killed him. He was a skydiving legend:...
November 17, 2014 In
[ Istanbul, Turkey ] The day is dreary, overcast, drizzling; cool but not cold in the Istanbulite neighborhood of Cihangir. District Beyoğlu. For seventeen days and counting,...
Photography & Video
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