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On any given day, you may find B.A. Van Sise teaching a photography course in Mongolia, testing vintage film in Kosovo, touring with the Cuban National Circus, or riding shotgun in a US Coast Guard helicopter. A writer, photographer, and lover of American poetry, B.A. has channeled his restlessness into photographic projects that have been exhibited across America, shown in publications from Buzzfeed to the New York Times, and of course, graced the pages of Intrepid Times! To kick off a new season of the Intrepid Times podcast, B.A sat down with editor Nathan James Thomas to talk about his work and travels, as well as his famous ancestor Walt Whitman. Enjoy!

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Nathan James Thomas

Author Nathan James Thomas

Nathan Thomas founded Intrepid Times in 2014 as a vehicle for sharing stories from the road and as an excuse to meet and interview his favorite writers. It has since grown into a global community of writers and travelers who believe in sharing stories with heart that make you think and make you feel. Originally from New Zealand, Nathan is currently loosely based in Eastern Europe.

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