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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 […]

An Interview with Kimberley Lovato

Published on March 13, 2015 By Terri Marshall

Kimberley Lovato left corporate America to become an award-winning travel writer and author. Today she talks to us about how she got her start as a freelancer, her recent Gold Solas Award and her goals for the future. What was the first story you ever got published and how did you go from there to […]

What’s Going to Work in Travel Writing Going Forward

Published on January 13, 2015 By Tim

What’s going to make you a successful travel writer or blogger in 2015? I’ll answer that question in more detail when I put out an updated second edition of Travel Writing 2.0 mid-year, but in the meantime here’s a quick index card version. Kristin and I have interviewed a few dozen more writers and bloggers […]

A Conversation with Kristen Gill

Published on January 6, 2015 By Kristin

Kristen Gill is an adventure travel writer who believes in diversifying portfolios and creating niche markets in order to be successful. A journalist who has been featured on places like NPR, she recently launched her own company, Kristen Gill Media, which provides storytelling services for businesses. In our interview today, she talks to us about […]

A Conversation with Geraldine DeRuiter

Published on October 7, 2014 By Kristin

Geraldine DeRuiter is the voice behind the Everywhereist, consistently ranked as one of the best travel blogs out there. In our interview today, Geraldine and I discuss how she learned the mechanics of blogging, why she doesn’t take sponsored trips, and what advice she has for traveling with a spouse (spoiler: it references a classic […]