Liz Shemaria

Liz Shemaria

Staff writer

San Francisco, USA


Liz Shemaria is a Milan-based journalist and third-generation Northern Californian from San Francisco who has trekked solo in Himalaya, interviewed artists in military-ruled Burma, and once rode an overnight train across Egypt on her birthday. She is a founding editor of the magazine Hidden Compass and an editor at H-FARM. She has contributed to more than a dozen publications and organizations including Human Rights Watch, BBC Travel, AFAR, Roads & Kingdoms, and Fodor's. Studying at the University of California, Berkeley, she earned an undergraduate degree in art history and a master's degree in journalism with an emphasis on international reporting and new media.

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The man who has dedicated his life to time traveling

How to bend time

Time travel is more than a fantasy for Ronald Mallett, it's a mathematical model that proves that bending time is possible.

Liz Shemaria