“Notes from RVO 337” published at Matador

22 03 2011

I don’t use Twitter, so maybe this happens to everybody, all the time.  To me, however, it is unique: I have never been tweeted about (at least that I know of), or done anything of note that someone felt must be known–at 140 words or less–immediately.  I’ve never had twitter significance…er…twitter-ifigance .  Until today.

@Dahveed_Miller:

writing from places ppl romanticize or ignore, anything but having the balls to go live: Notes from RVO 337 http://t.co/OkU7TxG

The editor of Matador, an online magazine for independent travel writing, just published one of my pieces.  And I learned about it from a tweet.  I feel uber-hip.

Click here for the story…

Special thanks to my Dad for final editing.

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3 04 2011
Steph George

Congratulations on getting published, Kev! What an excellent article. The imagery is great. South Africans seem to have the best outlook on life- humor amongst suffering and thankfulness to God. It is something to admire and seek to imitate. Thanks for giving us all a glimpse into lives of people we should know but will never meet.

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