The travel writing of Lyn Fuchs (pronounced “Fox”) has appeared in Outdoor Canada, Monday Magazine, Canadian Ethnic Studies, The Dalhousie Review, Eclectica Literary Journal, Rose and Thorn, Gam Magazine, Paperplates Literary Journal, Travel Rag, 3:AM Magazine, artist-at-large, Long Trip Home, Crank Literary Journal, The Kinte Space, Travelmag, Hack Writers, Trip 101, Raging Face, Traveling Stories, The Best of Bluefoot Publishing and others. You may find Lyn in the Canadian rainforest, the Mexican desert or at LynFuchs.blogspot.com, but you won’t find his byline on anything that doesn’t captivate, amuse, inform, and inspire. Lyn is a professor of communication at the University of Papaloapan and has earned his Associate’s, Bachelor’s, and Master’s degrees in communication and philosophy. He doesn’t have a phone, but he does have an iguana. He enjoys hiking, coffee, and meditation.
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Fresh Wind & Strange Fire: One Man's Adventures in Primal Mexico
by Lyn Fuchs
Approx. 35,370 words.
Published on June 21, 2013 by
Ready to travel beyond where even news reporters fear to tread? Fresh Wind & Strange Fire is author Lyn Fuchs’ journey through stranger-than-fiction primal terrain. As an American professor in a Mexican university exploring the southern reaches of his adopted country, Fuchs knows the territory as only a local resident can and is uniquely qualified to convey its essence to English-speaking readers.
Sacred Ground & Holy Water: One Man's Adventures in the Wild
by Lyn Fuchs
Approx. 43,410 words.
Published on December 1, 2010 by
A collection of travel stories filled with humor, tragedy, adventure, sexual innuendo, and spiritual insight. Lyn Fuchs should be called Lyndiana Jones. He has survived enraged grizzlies, erupting volcanoes, Japanese swordfights, and giant squid tentacles. He has contracted malaria, typhoid, salmonella, and lovesickness around the world.
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