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11 Travelers on Travel: Writer Erin Byrne on duende in Spain, inspiration in France, and how culture clash leads to personal growth

Author Matthew Felix's "Travelers on Travel" podcast features travel writers, journalists, photographers, and filmmakers. On this episode, Sivani Babu and Sabine Bergmann from online travel magazine Hidden Compass. Their new issue is just out, and it’s full of work by award-winning writers  and photographers who have been featured in publications such as  National Geographic, Geo, and Time, as well as the Washington Post, BBC  Travel, and on NPR.

In this episode, which also appears in my Words & Images podcast, award-winning author, filmmaker, and LitWings founder Erin Byrne talks about someplace I myself know well: España! From leading writers in search of Lorca’s duende to her own profound spiritual experiences at a bullfight and during Semana Santa to the film she’s producing there, Erin has lots to say about Spain—and writing and travel and much more. Erin also talks about finding guidance in France and inspiration in Ireland, as well as how travel has the power to transform.

Erin Bryne is the author of Wings: Gifts of Art, Life, and Travel in France, and the editor of two Vignettes & Postcards anthologies. She was just named Travel Writing curator for The Creative Process Exhibition.  Recorded live in studio on May 27, 2018.

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