Mexico Desconocido/Unknown Mexico
, Editorial México Desconocido, Monte Pelvoux 110, Planta Jardín, Lomas de Chapultepec, CP 11000 Mexico, DF, Mexico. Fax: 011 52 (5) 540 1771, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Subscriptions in the US and Canada are $65. Unknown Mexico is a colorful bilingual magazine that literally covers the map. Typical issues include everything from an article on an island bird sanctuary, the highlands of Zacatecas, the Mexican black bear, pottery in Patambán, rebozo weaving, baroque stucco adornment, jade, medicine women and magic among the native Huichol. Over the years, Mexico Desconocido has compiled a unique inventory of Mexico's fascinating natural and cultural treasures. Now on the Web, in English, at <http://www.mexdesco.com/indice.htm>. View their outstanding links
Baja Life Magazine: Slick and attractive, 4 issues are $24. Call (714) 376-2252 or go to <http://www.bajalife.com>.
Transitions Abroad: The Guide to Learning, Living, and Working Overseas, PO Box 3000, Denville, NJ 07834-9767. (413) 256-3414. "Alternatives to mass tourism: work, study, travel." This magazine and its related website are both a resource guide and a global how-to-travel information network. If Transitions Abroad sounds too serious, dont be fooled; the tone is spirited, with personal accounts of travel, study and work in fascinating places. <http://www.transabroad.com>, email: email@example.com.
MediaINFO Links, <http://www.mediainfo.com/emedia/>. A searchable database with links to thousands of newspapers, magazines, radio & television stations and city guide. Also Newspapers, <http://www.explore-mex.com/noticias/periodicos/>.
e.Traveler! Magazine & Resource Guide, <http://www.empg.com/etraveler/index.html>. An online travel magazine & travel resource guide. Interesting links to other travel publications.
One World News, <http://www.oneworld.org/news/centralam/>. News of human rights and justice.
Infosel En Linea, <http://www.infosel.com/>. Infosel (Spanish) is a slick way to check out the headline news.
Connected Traveler, <http://www.travelmedia.com/connected/index1.html>. The Connected Traveler has little to say (so far) about Latin America, but with writing as spirited as the following, who can resist? Just a few years ago, Nepalese gourmet food was an oxymoron. More often than not you were faced with a plate of buffalo meat, a side of lentils, a tough roll and a tub of yak butter."
Honduras This Week Online, <http://www.marrder.com/htw/>. An online weekly magazine of Honduran news, travel, business, environment and culture.
Revistas de Mexico, <http://sunsite.unam.mx/revistas.htm>. A list of publications in Spanish from UNAM. Many are published by the Autonomous University of Mexico. Some are translations from English, such as National Geographic.