LOST ISSUE SIX
LOST ISSUE SIX
It is only by
Feeling the wind,
Watching the sunset,
Listening to the ocean,
Standing on top of a mountain,
Gazing at the stars,
Sitting in the darkness,
Waiting in the snow,
And going through the deepest forests,
That you can reach the hidden depths of your soul.
Issue Six is 17.5cmx24cm, 290 pages, bilingual (English & Chinese) and features 10 personal travel stories.
Domhnall O’Sullivan retraces the footsteps of Goethe in the Swiss mountains, exploring the connection between mountains and literature in “Writing Mountains”.
In “Contrast”, Miguel Neves shares his overwhelming experiences in India, where he is constantly bombarded by different extremes.
In “Wanderer Without a Cause”, Garrett Fisher recounts how he got hooked on flying mountains with his antique airplane, which eventually led him and his wife to uproot from their homes and always be on the move.
In “On Culture Shock”, Margaret Adams shares her struggles in adjusting back to her hometown in the States after coming back from a year of living in Spain.
Attilio Solzi discovers a group of naturist trekkers who tackle the mountains in a more “natural” way in “The Mountain”.
Issue Six stories:
Writing Mountains / Returning to Nara / Contrast / Our Dirty Little Country / On Culture Shock / Wanderer Without a Cause / Like a dog Barking at Elephants / On Failure / Close My Eyes / The Mountain
Issue Six Contributors: