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Letter from the Editor
Where is home?
Home? Does the Airport Count?
By Cat Foster. "Maybe airports aren't my home away from home. Maybe they are my home."
From the Director
By Michael Pollock. We invite you into our community, that discussion, that great conversation about who we are, where we come from, where we are going, and how to be more kind, more compassionate and empathetic to one another along the way.
ALWAYS FEELING AT HOME
By Adelaide Bliss. Poem about travel and identity.
Rituals of Separation
By Elizabeth Rice. The transitions of growing up in South Korea and learning the value of writing those stories.
Writer in Residence
Introducing Mary Bassey.
HOME ADDRESS: UNKNOWN
By Lois Bushong. Her journey of how she answers the question, "Where is home."
When your Heart Finds a  Home
By Marilyn Gardner. At the wedding of her Pakistani friend is struck with a profound depth of what the bride says to her new husband.
OFF THE SHELF
By Cheryl Skupa. A review of the book Rituals of Separation: A South Korean Memoir of Identity and Belonging by Elizabeth Rice.
The Omnipresent Issues of Home and Identity
By Anne Konig. Home is associated with a geographical location. What does home mean to someone who has home everywhere?
Demystifying the "Where's Home?" Question for Third Culture Kids
By Taylor Murray. Navigating the "from" question during a pedicure resulted in a new friend. Taylor explores her personal difficulties and evolving and changing answers.
No Going Back
By Mariam Ottimofiore. With the stories of her grandparents migration from India to Pakistan and their parting words echoing in her soul "Now you’re leaving to create your own destiny. I hope you will be more successful than we were.” she starts her new life in a new country.

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Among Worlds is the magazine that goes directly to the heart issues that many adult Third Culture Kids (ATCKs) face: relationships, grief, transitions, home, values and many more.

Category: Family & Home, Lifestyle
Publisher: Among Worlds
Published: Quarterly
Language: English
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