A view of life in El Salvador told from the angle of the wife of a deportee, forced to up root and start over in a 3rd world country.
Hi there,Apologies for contacting you through a comment, but I could find no other way to reach you. I'm writing on behalf of the editorial team at Women Travel Latin America about our 2017 WTLA Writing Competition.We are now accepting submissions for the Alone Together anthology, which will be a book of travel writing by women and for women.We are passionate about empowering women to travel to Latin America. We want to see more women shake off any fears they may have, pack their bags, and explore new areas or revisit the ones that changed their lives in the past.We are looking for engaging, thought-provoking entries that explore the theme of women traveling in Latin America, whether alone or together.Share your stories with us; your unexpected triumphs, your moments of laughter or tears, the risks you took, the people you met, and the invisible barriers you broke along the way. Please join us in our goal of showing others that we can, indeed, travel alone - together.- VictoriaEditor at Women Travel Latin AmericaFind out how to enter the 2017 Women Travel Latin America writing competition on our website. It’s free to enter and the top prize winner will receive US$100. The 30 top entries will be included in the Alone Together anthology, published by the Bogotá International Press. http://www.womentravellatinamerica.com/2017-women-travel-latin-america-writing-competition/Visit our submission tips and guidelines pages for more information:http://www.womentravellatinamerica.com/submission-guidelines/http://www.womentravellatinamerica.com/submission-tips/We look forward to hearing from you!
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