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Does international literature make us better travelers? Four writers respond in our January opinion feature. Read it now.

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Benjamin Woodard

Benjamin Woodard is a writer and teacher living in Connecticut. He is editor in chief at Atlas and Alice Literary Magazine. His fiction has appeared in Hobart, Atticus Review, Monkeybicycle, and others. His criticism has appeared in Publishers Weekly, Kenyon Review, Georgia Review, Electric Literature, and others.

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