freelance writing Archive

Find Travel Writing and Blogging Success Through Mentoring Advice

I strongly believe that if you stop learning in the Travel Writing 2.0 age, you are going to move backward like a dead fish in a fast-moving stream. To be the

Audience First, Money Second for Writers in the Digital Age

Editor’s note – This is an update of a post that originally went up in 2010, thus the old comments. I’m reviving it again because it’s an answer to one of

A Conversation with Gina Vercesi

Gina DeCaprio Vercesi is a New York-based adventurer, storyteller, and nature girl. Chronicling journeys on land, water, and snow, her work has appeared in publications including Sierra, Delta Sky, Travel +

What’s Your Excuse for Not Succeeding?

I’ve been talking to other travel writers since “travel writing” meant you had to write for magazines or guidebook companies. Then I’ve been talking to travel bloggers since I launched the

A Conversation with Robert Curley

Robert “Bob” Curley is a freelance travel writer working for a number of publications, notably Coastal Living, AFAR, Wedding Style magazine, and Business Traveller. He has spent many years covering Caribbean