Published Travel Articles
Most of my published articles are travel-related. Here are a few of them:
The articles I wrote for Matador Network were answers to calls for submissions. I worked with an editor, who also added the photos to the finished piece.
I submitted the article to DesertUSA on speculation. It was accepted and published about a month later.
I submitted this article to GoNomad on speculation. It was accepted, and published.
I worked as an independent contributor for MapQuest Parachute (renamed MapQuest Travel), writing assigned articles.
Sky Above Us:
Travel thru History:
I submitted this article to Travel thru History on speculation. It was accepted and published.
Published Fiction, Memoir, Poems, Children’s Stories
I also write children’s stories, short memoirs and flash fiction, and even poetry.
Sounds of the Jungle – A poem inspired by a trip to Yucatan
Vol. 27. Issue No. 3 – in print magazine:
Speaking Grape, Smiling Apple, Singing Peach – This children’s story is a Hungarian Folktale. Instead of translating it, I retold the story to make more sense for today’s English-speaking children. I also added an Author’s Note about folklore in general and Hungarian folk tales in particular. In addition, I designed a question-and-answer activity related to the story and folklore, having the children compare similar stories from different cultures. Skipping Stones, a multicultural children’s magazine was happy to publish it.
Stories for Children Magazine:
The first children’s story I submitted for publication, Noise in the Night is still one of my favorites. Published in Stories for Children, in 2009, it was my first success story, my first story published in English.
Noise in the night – a children’s story for ages 7-12
Published Craft Articles:
Felt Magnet (a craft site of Hubpages):
As a knitter, I write my own patterns. When I submitted a few to Knitcircus Magazine, they were happy to publish them, after much tech editing. The magazine is no longer in circulation, but I have the hard copies with my work in them.
Desert Trails Hat
Lilac Beanie Hat
Cables and Stripes pullover