book publishing Archive

What’s it take to be a Lonely Planet Guidebook Writer? An Interview with Brice Gosnell

Brice Gosnell, publisher of the Americas for the Lonely Planet guidebook series, talks to us today about what it takes to make it as a guidebook writer. His top three tips?

An Interview with Lori Henry

Here’s a line I absolutely love from my interview with Lori: “Dancing breaks down barriers, allows people to interact with their eyes, touch and impulses.” These words really seem to get

A Conversation with Peter Moore

Peter Moore left his advertising job to pursue his love of travel–and his decision certainly paid off! Seven narrative travel books later, Peter has no regrets. From titles like Shitting in

From the Publisher’s Mouth: Angela Hoy of Booklocker

It’s no secret the self-publishing industry is changing the face of the traditional “gate-keeping” print industry of the past. Today, Angela Hoy talks to us about her work with Booklocker, one

A Conversation with Michael Luongo

Michael Luongo’s award-winning travel writing earned him the 2011 LGBT Journalist of the Year for the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association and the 2010-2011 Grand Prize in Travel Journalism Award