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Elena Moussa – Biography, Net Worth, Education, Career

Today on Glimpse.org, we are going to take a glimpse into the life of Elena Moussa, a model and fashion creator, mostly known for her marriage with American Fox News host, Greg…

Doreen Lioy – Biography, Net Worth, Education, Career

Today on Glimpse.org, we are going to take a glimpse into the life of Doreen Lioy, a magazine editor most famous for marrying Richard Ramirez, a serial killer known as the “Night…

Amanda Martin – Biography, Net Worth, Education, Career

Today on Glimpse.org, we are going to take a glimpse into the life of Amanda Martin, also nicknamed “Mandi Martin”, mostly known for her participation in the television reality show Iron Resurrection.…

Alexis Maas – Biography, Net Worth, Career

Today on Glimpse.org, we are going to take a glimpse into the life of Alexis Maas, an American socialite, mostly famous for having married TV anchor Johnny Carson, former host of The…

Dashboard Crucifix: A Seatbelt Lover in Mexico

As I lurch towards the windshield, I watch the pickup driver’s face. “What that noise?” my toddler asks. I pull his thirty-pound body back to my chest and tighten my grip. I…

3 Techniques Creative Nonfiction Borrows From Fiction

I’m just going to look at two sections of Julian’s piece, from his second draft. Here’s what’s happening in these sections, and what my comments focused on: a) There is far too…

Will Tanzania’s Karatu Road Do More Harm Than Good

Half of the signs along the tarmac road are crossed out.  Driving by, I can make out the names of businesses – Kudu Lodge, Zebra Handicrafts, Njake Oil – only faintly under…

Day to day in Riempi Life in a South African Township

SPRAY PAINTED ABOVE THE WINDOW on a dusty piece of warped scrap metal are the house’s dimensions: 3.2 x 3.7. On each side, old addresses from previous government administrations have been marked…

Garden in the City: Havana in Shades of Green

I am becoming an amateur herbalist, offering unsolicited advice when someone mentions they have a cold. “You should make a tea of cordován, yagruma, oregano, menta, and salvia,” I rattle off to…

Forcing Drama on a Story

KEVIN ROCKED ON MULTIPLE FRONTS: he put together a nonlinear narrative with a voice and style that escaped the deadened earnestness of so much travel writing, and he had a solid structure…

Coming Of Age In My Indian Family

Even before I became a part of his family, I often thought of my Hindi teacher, Virendra-ji, as my grandfather, simply because the two reminded me so much of each other. Both…

My Son’s Sweet Mexican Education

“Dulce, dulce, dulce, dulce,” sings my two-year-old son as I stroller him over cobblestones. Yes, “candy” is one of the first Spanish words he has learned since moving to Mexico. It turns…