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  Issue Date: 11 / 2017  
 

Arles to Lyon



William Ecenbarger
 

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William Ecenbarger is an award-winning journalist whose magazine and newspaper articles appear in markets throughout the world. He is also the author of three books: Kids for Cash (2012), which recounts one of the worst judicial scandals in American History; Glory by the Wayside (2008), a photo-essay book released this year about the old churches of Hawaii, and Walkiní the Line, (2000) a travel-history narrative about the Mason-Dixon Line. As a travel writer, he has produced more than 300 articles for newspaper and magazine outlets in the U.S., Australia and Canada. He has won 17 writing awards from the Society of American Travel Writers, which named him "Lowell Thomas Travel Writer of the Year" in 1996. He lives in Hershey, PA.
 
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