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November 2002
Talking with . . .
 
    Editor John Coyne interviewed Peter Chilson (Niger 1985–87).

A Writer Writes

 
    Elise Annunziata (Senegal 1996–99) sadly departs Senegal.

Readings from The 40+ 1

 

Literary Type

 

Recent books by Peace Corps writers

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    There are eleven new books by Peace Corps writers noted in this issue.

Reviews

  

Letter from . . .

 
    Bulgaria — from Edith Sloan (2001–  )

A Volunteer’s life — Romania

  
    Andy Trincia teaches economics to Romanian high school students.
    Giant apologies to Andy. We had received this article for the last issue, it was laid out, but I failed to put a link to the article in the “Current Issue” listing, so no one was able to get to it. — Marian Haley Beil, publisher

To Preserve and to Learn

  
    Hal Fleming (Staff: PC/W 1966–68; CD Cote d’Ivoire 1968–72) presents “Doing the Blitz: Peace Corps Recruitment in the ’60s”

Travel Right

  
    Don Beil (Somalia 1964–66) rides the subway in Budapest.

Tales of Wisdom and Cunning

  
    “Mr. Akoho and Mr. Akanga Say Goodbye,” a tale retold by Rob Roberts (Madagascar 1999–01).

New resource for writers

  
    In “P.O.D. and You,” editor John Coyne discusses how you can get your book into print.

    Opportunities for writers
    The new magazine Human Journey is seeking feature articles and columns for readers “who desire to understand this complex world and to learn from all walks of life.”

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