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Book Review: Golden Chariot by Chris Karslen

I highly recommend this novel to anybody who enjoys a good story full of action and adventure, especially those who love archaeology and/or are interested in Troy. Read More »

Interview: Chris Karslen, Author of Golden Chariot

"I love Turkey. I’ve visited several times. I knew after the first time, I would set a story there." Read More »

Book Review: Turkey: What Everyone Needs to Know by Andrew Finkel

Required reading for visitors to Turkey Read More »

Russia’s Plan for Syria

The Russian Plan for Syria includes a new constitution. Read More »

Pumpkin Chili

Pumpkin adds such a delicate sweetness to the southwestern flavors of this hearty chili... Read More »

Turkey’s Somalian Children

The children in Turkey are unable to go to school or receive medical treatment. Read More »

Book Review: Snow by Orhan Pamuk

A gripping political thriller set in a Turkish frontier pitting radical Islamists and secularists on the issue of headscarves. Read More »

A Four-Year-Old’s Wish for a Royal Wedding: Ending Hunger

Maybe the little girl's wish for Princess Elizabeth can be transferred to all children who are hungry and suffering today. Read More »

British Columbia: Grizzlies, Fjords, and a Shining City

A soulful traveler voyages to the far ends of the continent, where English-speaking Spaniards do not live in igloos as once a small child believed. Read More »

Thinking About Thanksgiving During the Great Depression and Now

Christmas seems to have encroached on this day and made it just like the opening door to the "holidays" instead of being an important holiday in and of itself. Read More »