SKI Editor Kimberly Beekman Included in Best American Travel Writing

Beekman's story, "El Otro Lado (The Other Side)" was nominated as a notable read in this year's "Best American Travel Writing"
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El Otro Lado

SKI's managing editor Kimberly Beekman was included in this year's edition of "Best American Travel Writing." Her story, "El Otro Lado (The Other Side)" about Mexican migrant workers in Jackson Hole, ran in the March/April '09 issue of SKI. You can read the story here.

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