AUSTIN, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 30, 2018–The new publication Stranger’s Guide takes a fresh and exciting approach to travel writing. Rather than focusing on luxury or adventure, the magazine offers its readers unexpected perspectives on destinations by highlighting the work of top international writers and photographers.

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New publication Stranger’s Guide takes a whole new approach to travel writing, starting with its newly released issue on Mexico City (Photo: Business Wire)

The first print issue of Stranger’s Guide focuses on Mexico City and hits newsstands October 24. The issue includes pieces by Valeria Luiselli, Francisco Goldman, Daniel Hernandez, and Cervantes Award winner Elena Poniatowska, as well as photography from Federico Gama, Gala Narezo and Kike Arnal. The print publication is available at Barnes and Noble, Whole Foods, and independent bookstores or can be ordered online at

In addition to its quarterly print publication, Stranger’s Guide encompasses a daily website, as well as a weekly email newsletter, Field Guide, which explores how different features of life—like museums, movies and campaign stops—manifest themselves around the world. Recent Field Guide contributors include Washington Post reporter Dave Weigel, sociologist Ben Carrington and author Yeye Luisah Teish. Across all its platforms, Stranger’s Guide, a nonprofit publication, offers beautiful storytelling that gives intimate, idiosyncratic views of the world.

Each print issue of Stranger’s Guide explores a single location through photo essays and long-form writing by both native and foreign correspondents.

Stranger’s Guide stands out for its commitment to compelling journalism packaged in a beautiful, “travel” style. As a publication designed to introduce readers to different places around the world, Stranger’s Guide brings together different perspectives, from investigations of new cultural movements to assessments of the impact of gentrification or climate change. The publication delivers a three dimensional portrait of place with perspectives most tourists would never otherwise encounter.

The publication is committed to working with international authors. In every print issue, more than half the writers and artists featured come from the location being covered. By employing writers from around the world, writing about their own home countries, rather than relying solely on American reporters, the publication introduces U.S. audiences to myriad new voices. The publication is driven by a strong belief that now more than ever, we need a magazine that offers global context and that introduces readers to novel points of view from around the world.

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