An Interview with Susan Griffith

Susan Griffith is the time-honored guru of the gap year: having authored such travel writing essentials as Work Your Way Around the World and Gap Years for Grown-ups, Griffith knows the

A Conversation with David Farley

David Farley is not your typical travel writer.  For one, his newest book, An Irreverent Curiosity: In Search of the Church’s Strangest Relic in Italy’s Oddest Town, is a travel memoir

An Interview with Beth Whitman

Beth Whitman knows India, vegetarian food, and the women’s publishing industry.  Starting her travels with a three-month stint in Thailand, India, and Nepal, Beth fell in love with travel and has

An Interview with Edward Readicker-Henderson

Edward Readicker-Henderson knows honey bees, quiet places, and, yes, even how to win at Strip Passport.  His work, covering over 50 countries and all continents, has been featured in the Best

Everything You Should Know About Publishing a Book

I spend a fair amount of time in Travel Writing 2.0 discussing the dysfunctional and inefficient publishing system that authors have been working under for the past century or so and