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A Conversation with Pam Mandel

Published on July 8, 2014 By Kristin

Pam Mandel has done a beautiful job blending her day job of technical writing with her passion for writing and blogging about travel. She blogs at Nerd’s Eye View, has freelanced for some of the most important publications in the industry, and co-founded Passports with Purpose, a group that raises money for worthy causes that […]

An Interview with Lucas Aykroyd

Published on July 1, 2014 By Kristin

I love something that Lucas Aykroyd says in our interview today: “Delivering good features that aren’t stock fare opens doors.” He would know: he’s written for the likes of National Geographic Traveler, The Washington Post, and The Toronto Star. In our interview today, Lucas talks about life as a freelance writer, why you should be […]

A Conversation with Cacinda Maloney

Published on June 17, 2014 By Kristin

Cacinda Maloney has traveled every six weeks for the past nineteen years, learning a lot of tricks and tips along the way. Back in 2012, she started Pointsandtravel.com and has since become a voice for finding the best in value luxury (the place where luxurious experiences and good deals meet). She has worked with multiple […]

An Interview with John Lee

Published on May 27, 2014 By Kristin

In addition to have written 20+ guidebooks for Lonely Planet, John Lee knows the freelancing business: since 1999, he has published in over 125 newspapers, guidebooks, and online publications. His credits range from The Boston Globe to The Los Angeles Times to US Airways in-flight magazine. Today, John talks to us about transitioning from English […]

An Interview with Rob Goss

Published on May 6, 2014 By Kristin

Rob Goss is a freelance writer with an impressive pedigree: from publishing a number of award-winning guidebooks to writing for the likes of National Geographic Traveler and TIME, Rob knows what it’s like to juggle the many projects of a freelancer. In our interview today, he shares some of his personal success stories and offers […]