JONATHAN CAMPION

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I am a British writer living in Norfolk, England. For the last 15 years I have lived and travelled in the Russian-speaking world, and other parts of Eurasia, as a student, translator, editor and wine & spirits analyst.

EURASIAN ECHOES is a collection of stories and photographs, about the people and places that have been part of my travels through Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey.

There are also links to my writing and photography in the books Kidding Around, the Wisden Almanack, The Expeditioner’s Guide to the World and Remarkable Cricket Grounds, and publications including Russia Beyond The Headlines, Elsewhere Journal, Caravanistan and The Calvert Journal.

I hope you will enjoy reading!

Some recent posts:

Kidding Around: A story in the new Bradt Guides anthology

Photo essay: Armenia’s sorrow (train journey from Yerevan to Gyumri)

Letter from Ulan-Ude – Buryatia, Siberia

My photographs in SEnECA’s ‘Daily Lives in Central Asia’ exhibition

Eight things I felt in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Six things I felt in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Waking up in İçərişəhər – Baku, Azerbaijan

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