writing well Archive

Notes from a First-Time Attendee: What I Learned at NATJA

Two weeks ago, I attended my first NATJA Conference, which was held in Anaheim, California (a perk I shouldn’t forget to mention) and included over 100 travel writers and travel industry

Three Travel Editors Speak Their Mind

I was the keynote speaker at the recent conference for the North American Travel Journalists Association, but of course I learned a thing or two while I was there. I had

Where Art and Commerce Meet

Or…where the left and right brain come together in the mind of a writer. There’s a great post over at Copyblogger called Confessions of a 21st Century Writer. There’s nothing steamy

Writing Wisdom From Others

I spend so much time creating content for multiple blogs and websites that I have to catch up sometimes in my online reading of what others write. It’s important to make

A Conversation with Victor Ozols

Victor Ozols is the senior editor of BlackBook, magazine famed for its spirited enthusiasm for urban life, popular culture, travel, entertainment, and the arts. There, in addition to his regular editorial