Kimberly Meyer’s work appears in The Best American Travel Writing 2012 (October, 2012) and The Kenyon Review (August, 2012), and has appeared in Ecotone; The Oxford American; The Georgia Review; AGNI; The Southern Review; Brain, Child; Crab Orchard Review; Natural Bridge; and Third Coast. Currently she teaches in a Great Books program in the Honors College at the University of Houston. She is also at work on a book about the journey she and her daughter recently completed, in which they retraced the medieval pilgrimage route of Felix Fabri, a Dominican friar from Germany, who traveled to the Holy Land and St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai Desert in 1483.
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