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#EditorDrawer: “Vignettes of a final parting”

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Check out the very personal post – about moving away, losing love and learning to be a better human being – I wrote for the blog of The Lingo Guy, my fellow Leipzig Writer and columnist Stewart Tunnicliff: “Vignettes of a Final Parting.” (http://bit.ly/1zJTJxA) 

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May 4: With 7 regular columnists and new layout, blog becomes #webzine

in Arts/Culture / Entertainment/Philosophies/Travel by

Happy Labor Day! Today, on the 2-month anniversary of The Leipzig Glocal, I am proud to announce that we’re ready to take the next step on our Web publishing journey. I say “we” because this can only be done with the help of the people who will be contributing their talent to this blog on a regular basis, as of now. On Monday, May 4, we are turning the blog into a “webzine” – meaning more like an online-based magazine than a traditional blog.

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My travel photography @ Napa Valley

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After spending most of the day outside in the sun on this indescribably lovely “Frühling ist hier” Sunday in Leipzig, I decided to virtually travel back to another quite lovely time, an earlier escape into the land of sun, rolling hills, endless fields and spiked nectar… and to share it with you here.

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Erasmus Mundus and I

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My life changed quite a bit in 2010, when I got accepted into the Erasmus Mundus Global Studies Master’s program (EMGS), part of the European Commission’s big push for international academic exchanges and cooperation. I quit my job as a journalist at the StarNews in the U.S. city of Wilmington, North Carolina, sold all my furniture and got rid…

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Cordoba-inspired travel poetry

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Travel guide, poetry, prose, inspired by Cordoba. http://leipglo.com

Journey through Córdoba, Spain – an ancient city that has stayed close to his heart in its hybridity, faded glory and simple pleasures.

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