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An Interview with Claudette Covey

Published on April 7, 2015 By Terri Marshall

Claudette Covey is the Executive Editor for travAlliancemedia covering Mexico, Canada and the U.S. East Coast for travel agents and consumers. Today she talks to us about how she got her start as a travel writer, how business writing differs from consumer writing and the hottest places to explore in Mexico. Before we get into what you’re doing […]

A Conversation with Dan Schlossberg

Published on February 28, 2012 By Kristin

Lately, we’ve been running interviews of travel writers who have made their niche by combining something they love with the art of travel. In this next case it’s baseball!  This week, I spoke with Dan Schlossberg about how he has had the time to author over 35 books on baseball while still keeping travel at […]

From the Editor’s Mouth: Spud Hilton of the San Francisco Chronicle

Published on February 14, 2012 By Kristin

Spud Hilton and I met on the bus at the NATJA conference in October, and we had a rousing conversation about the ten worst ways to take travel photographs, ever. Spud, who is the travel editor of the San Francisco Chronicle and writer/editor of the Bad Lattitude blog at SFGate.com, isn’t afraid to speak his […]

From the Editor’s Mouth: Stuart McDonald of TravelFish

Published on January 25, 2011 By Kristin

Stuart McDonald’s mission is to help travelers in Southeast Asia get the most out of their experience—and to inspire them to discover something unexpected and off-the-beaten path. Launched in 2004, Stuart’s site, Travelfish.org, (which he co-owns and runs with his partner Samantha) has become the Southeast Asia go-to guide for travelers both experienced and novice.  […]