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Authors Posts by Joseph Ozment

Joseph Ozment

Joseph Ozment
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Originally from Tennessee, Joseph Ozment is a writer and musician whose relationship with travel was shaped by growing up between the Southern U.S., Wales, and Hong Kong. So far, he's written for a newspaper in Russia, released a handful of home recordings, and started a novel (with plans for more, someday). When he's not busy running country roads or cheering on Liverpool FC, he's most likely making the next cup of coffee, or plans for the next trip.
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Five of the Best Breweries in Nashville, Tennessee

Like any other North American city on the come-up these days, Nashville has ridden the wave of the craft beer revolution and, much to the delight of locals and visitors alike, seen a proliferation...
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Taxi Driving in Exile: The Privilege of Travel

I touched down at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport somewhere around 7:00 New Year’s Eve 2019, the third time in recent months I’d taken this exact flight from Nashville. It always arrives at the same...
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Stay Home and Save the Natural World

I was on a run recently in the park near my apartment, one that has a nice circular course full of parents pushing strollers, panting dogs, and people like me, who sometimes resemble the...
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International Authors Every Traveler Should Know

Anyone who travels is probably already more receptive than the average consumer to media from other countries, but there is often the hurdle of translation that needs to be navigated when it comes to...
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World Health Day: Resolutions, Puddles, and Sinkholes

New Year’s Day, stomach full of pancakes, body all bundled in layers to fight the cold, running in a pack of strangers, I spotted a puddle in our path. It reminded me of something...
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Book Review: Olga Tokarczuk, “Flights”

The best place to start talking about a book as slippery and transient as Olga Tokarczuk's Flights is with the title itself, especially since it’s in translation from the author's native Polish. I’ll try...
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Should I Travel During Coronavirus? What Travelers Need to Know

On a flight to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport this past weekend, the busiest in terms of passenger traffic in the world, a flight attendant walked along the aisle with a tablet in hand, informing...

Why International Day of Rural Women Matters to Travelers

In October of last year, we introduced you to the women of Samburu, Kenya, a rural community where a lack of quick access to water had long necessitated daily walks of considerable distance to...
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A LGBTQ Guide to Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a complicated city by nature, with a twisting and turning history that is still unfolding before the eyes of the world today. But make no mistake, it is also one of...

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