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9 Ways to Really Piss Off an Editor

Published on December 4, 2012 By Tim

I’ve danced around this subject, hinted at it, and addressed the margins, but it’s time for a rant. The past month has set a record for writers I really like trying my patience and ones I’ve never met trying my nerves. So here’s the unadorned version of what’s really in my head (and sometimes in […]

A Conversation with Laurie Gough

Published on November 29, 2011 By Kristin

Laurie Gough is the kind of writer who is redefining women’s travel—she isn’t afraid to jump into adventure or try something totally out of her comfort zone. She’s drunk hallucinogenic kava, befriended strangers waiting for the full moon to rise, lived in hollowed-out trees, ridden motorcycles with Hell’s Angels wannabes, and been devoured by bedbugs. […]

An Interview with Chris Epting

Published on August 16, 2011 By Kristin

I’ve got a special kinship with Chris Epting since one of his Perceptive Travel stories got into the anthology Best Travel Writing 2009: Let’s Spend the Night Together. This prolific writer is the only person I can think of who’s on a first-name basis with Fred Willard and Sally Struthers. See the whole rundown at […]

An Interview with Alison Stein Wellner

Published on November 9, 2010 By Kristin

Alison Stein Wellner has been a contributing editor at Inc. magazine, editor-at-large at American Demographics magazine, a New York Times Professional Fellow and a National Press Foundation Fellow. Her articles have won awards from the American Society of Journalists and Authors and the American Society of Business Press Editors. She also spends quite a bit […]

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 […]