ARTICLES BY Brad Balukjian

  • June 1, 2006
    Keir Beadling lies in bed at night thinking of a forty-foot wave that pummels offshore reefs and rips at jagged boulders the size of houses.
  • June 1, 2003
    I'm an editor at ISLANDS, a little sleeper
  • A view from Iguana Island to mainland Venezula in the distance.
    January 31, 2002
    Six of us are bunched together in a small blue boat, enjoying a cool breeze under the relentless Venezuelan sun. A maze of islands surrounds us, little green gumdrops whose reddish-brown shores slope steeply into forested interiors. Powered by a moody Yamaha motor, we chug our way toward Chiguire Island, a smidge of dry land named after the giant aquatic rodents that hang out there.
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