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Getting to Know Cynthia Dial

Cynthia Dial is an award-winning journalist and admitted addict—a travel addict—because for her travel is like breathing, she can’t live without it. As a travel writer whose office is the world she’s visited all

A Interview with Linda Lappin

Travel writing instructor and prize winning author Linda Lappin joins us today to talk about common mistakes made by inexperienced writers and to share a few writing tips from her new book from Travelers’ Tales, The

A Conversation with Stephanie Elizondo Griest

This week, we feature the amazing Stephanie Elizondo Griest. Stephanie, an award-winning nonfiction writer, editor, and English professor, is the author of two memoirs, the powerful Around the Bloc and the poignant Mexican Enough:

A Conversation with Laurie Gough

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

Glimpse Correspondence Program Seeking Candidates

If you could take a real-life “glimpse” into the travel publishing industry and get a publication under your belt at the same time, wouldn’t you jump at the chance? Bad puns aside, you actually