Monday, November 22, 2010

Latin America at Ground Level ebook

While most of us were out doing nothing particularly publish-worthy, Steven Roll of Travelojos (and who I got to meet in person in NY at TBEX last year) has been putting together some of his favorite Latin-America based and centered writers to create Celebrating Latin America At Ground Level, the Latin America e-book.

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Food, life, love, travel ingenuity etc. It's all compiled and edited and FREE. Download it here.

Oh, and hey, I have a piece in there. Which might be notable on its own, except that there's this whole long list of everyone else who has a piece in there, too. Hats off people. I'm delighted to be in such good company. And hats off, Steven, for dogged love of good writing and Latin America.

And speaking of dogged, Margaret from cachandochile shared her link list of all the book's contributors. And so I'll share it with you. There are a bunch of people I work with (at MatadorNetwork) am friends with (in real life and on the internet) and people I hope I'll meet one day. You too? Click and read.

Laura Quinn (Lonely Girl Travels ) Travel
Ernest White (Fly Brother) Travel
Kelly McLaughlin (CancĂșn Canuck) Mexico
David Miller (Matador, Operating on Stoke) Patagonia
Conner Gory (Here is Havana) Cuba
Eileen Smith (Bearshapedsphere), Chile & Travel in general
Ayngelina Brogan (Bacon is Magic) Latin America
Nicholas Gill (New World Review) Travel
Carlo Alcos (Matador, Vagabonderz) Travel
Steven Roll (Travel Ojos) Mexico
Jim Johnston (Mexico City DF and Live on Arrival) Mexico
Rebecca Smith Hurd (All About Puebla) Mexico
Mark Francis (Guate Living) Guatemala
Katie Alley (Seashells & Sunflowers) Argentina
Ben Box (South American Handbook)
Abby Tegnelia (The Jungle Princess) Costa Rica
Vicky Baker (Going Local Travel) Argentina
David Lee (Medellin Living) Colombia
Holly Elizabeth Worton (Ecohotelology) Sustainability, Travel, Latin America
Nora Walsh (Travel Ojos contributor) Latin America
Genny Ross-Barons (Roatan Vortex) Honduras
Leigh Shulman (The Future is Red) Travel
Margaret Snook (Cachando Chile) Chile
Cathy Brown (Expat Daily News in Central and South America)
Tracy L. Barnett (The Road Less Traveled) Travel
Jessie Kwak (Unpaved South America) South America
Mark Chesnut (Latin Flyer), Travel
Julie Schwietert Collazo (Matador, Collazo Projects) Americas
Jill Greenberg (First World White Girl)

Anyone else got any great crowd-sourced Latin-America based projects you want us to know about? Speak up!

1 comment:

Marie said...

Cool! Congrats on your contribution. I knew there were a lot of Matadorians in Central/ South America, but wow, look at that list!