Fields & Stations

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Our first issue opens with lists of key characteristics of Astoria Queens, Goa, and Edinburgh and reviews: of a distinctive Thai-Aussie hybrid larbh sandwich in Sydney, a Philadelphia-inflected cocktail, Bangkok’s otherworldly Hotel Atlanta, and of one of Luanda’s ubiquitous corner shops, or mamadous.

Longer articles follow: Lee Cobaj’s wonderfully personal address book dedicated to her home neighbourhood, Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay; Robert Reid’s ode to the unloved yet lovable Oklahoma Panhandle; Alex Robertson Textor's road trip through western Ukraine and eastern Slovakia, deeply indebted to the photographic vision of Troy Litten; and Warren Singh-Bartlett’s love letter to Sidon, Lebanon.

The issue closes with Pam Mandel’s exploration of memory and time in Egypt in the early 1980s, Troy Litten's photo essay of Cuba circa 2000, and a zippy list of places on the Fields & Stations radar.

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