An Illustrated Book of Gambian Folktales
A Peace Corps Perspective
A Short Story in Two Parts
I share some first impressions of my new host nation, The Gambia
After being assigned to the village of Si Kunda, I take a three day trip to meet my family and the village that will be my home for the next two years.
I take my first solo adventure on the Gambian public transportation "system," and oh, what an adventure it is.
Now a couple months in, I discuss the trials and tribulations of living in a West African village.
My host family, all 25 of them, is the topic of this letter.
I share stories from my first ever Ramadan--the Muslim month of fasting.
After a year in the Gambia, I look back at where I've been, where I'm going, and what I've learned along the way.
I take you inside the mindset of some Gambian youth, and the bleak view of the world they often carry with them.
I reflect after two years n the Gambia, and ask for help in completing one last project.
Greetings from the Gambia
Seventy-two Hours in Si Kunda
The Sun, the Moon & a Cow
The Village Life
Twenty-nine Days of Hunger
A Year in the Life
It's Not Easy
The Path Forward
Sierra Leone Guidebook
Confessions of a Traveler
I share some tips and observations from a trip to Sierra Leone.
After a trip to Tanzania to climb Kilimanjaro, I examine the desires and motivations of mountaineers.
After three months of travel across southern Africa, I try to put some words to my thoughts.
Time has taken me away from Africa and into the heart of Europe. I share some of my newly gained insights.
Titled Axis Spells Spring
A Welcome Letter from the Editor
The Joys of the Rainy Season
Confessions of a "Site Rat"
Some Newly Gained Perspective