Amtrak American´s Railroad launched its first national on-board magazine Amtrak The National with pictures from my “The Race of Gentlemen” photostory.
The National is committed to offering original, inspirational and informative writing from respected local and international contributors. In the first issue, customers will find beside my “The Race of Gentlemen” photostory a wide array of features including travel essays, fiction, poetry, and fine-art photography to include lost early fiction from Jack Kerouac, an overview of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.; and a portrait of shrimpers on the Gulf Coast.
“The National is an inspired publication that celebrates American culture,” said Jordan Heller, The National Editor in Chief. “Railways are integral to shaping our national identity and America’s Railroad is the perfect platform for a contemporary magazine.”
The National, the free on-board magazine, is available in seatbacks throughout the Amtrak network and is also available digitally.