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SUITCASE Magazine exists to change the way you travel. Forget underwhelming tourist clichés and embrace the adventurous appetite of the next generation.

INTRODUCING VOLUME 27: THE BOOKS ISSUE

Whether we're inspired by the words of others or forging our own, the act of travel allows us to inhabit different characters, timelines and narratives. Our summer issue is filled with pilgrimages to Gabriel Gárcia Marquéz’s Colombia, Pablo Neruda’s Patagonia and the islands of Homer’s Odyssey; explorations of the literary cities of Paris and Dublin; and pieces by novelists, poets and authors including Elizabeth Day, Yrsa Daley-Ward and Otegha Uwagba.

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PARIS IN THE STEPS OF SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR

The City of Light has – fittingly – been defined by its luminaries, existing in our collective imagination through the photographs of Cartier-Bresson and Doisneau, the words of Proust and Hemingway, the brushstrokes of Manet and Renoir. When I moved there as an aspiring writer, it was the footsteps of the city’s male authors that I sought to trace. Now, as a novelist, it felt appropriate to rectify this by seeking out an alternative literary Paris on a visit which, rather than merely treading the familiar ground of the Left Bank’s cultural time capsules, would try to capture the spirit of the women whose words I so love and pay tribute to their time in the city.

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Each volume features thought-provoking photo journals, colourful city guides, fashion editorials in inspirational locations and articles by award-winning international writers.

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Vol. 27 The Books Issue

Whether we're inspired by the words of others or forging our own, the act of travel allows us to inhabit diffe...