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The Real Story on Press Trips for Travel Writers

Published on April 8, 2012 By Tim

“I had one question about press trips, which I thought you might be able to address on the blog or in the newsletter, if you think it makes sense. I’m wondering which markets accept press trips. As a follow-up, does a writer typically secure the assignment first, or the trip first (there seems to be […]

An Interview with Kate Siber

Published on January 31, 2012 By Kristin

Kate Siber epitomizes the quintessential travel journalist, characterizing herself as  freelance writer, occasional photographer, habitual traveler, and “inveterate question asker”. She has won numerous awards for her journalism and current works as a correspondent for Outside magazine. Check out her website here! Before you went out on your own you worked for the Associated Press […]

Three Travel Editors Speak Their Mind

Published on September 27, 2011 By Tim

I was the keynote speaker at the recent conference for the North American Travel Journalists Association, but of course I learned a thing or two while I was there. I had to miss the airline magazine editors’ panel while I was on a blogging one, but I did get to attend a panel with three […]

An Interview with Amy Rosen

Published on October 12, 2010 By Kristin

Amy Rosen’s culinary craft isn’t just in the kitchen:  it’s on the road, around the world, and throughout her native Canada.  Food editor for House & Home magazine, travel columnist for the National Post, and contributing editor for enRoute magazine, Amy keeps busy by bringing the world’s culinary delights and practices to the page.  Check […]