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January 20, 2003

More props for Vagablogging

This blog has received some more appreciated attention in recent days. World Hum calls Vagablogging “chock full of thoughtful travel quotations and, when the spirit moves him, [Rolf’s] take on travel and writing.” Travelers Tales, my favorite indie book publishers, have also weighed in with an endorsement, naming Vagablogging their January 2003 “Web Site of the Month“. “We like this weblog,” the entry reads, “because TT contributor Rolf Potts shares our passion for stories that involve personal transformation, discovery, and the dialogue with history that the inner journey provokes and sustains. This blog is updated almost daily and includes travel quotations, links to his interviews with other writers such as Pico Iyer and Simon Winchester, and commentary on articles related to travel writing.

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