travel authors Archive

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

A Conversation with Kara Williams

Kara Williams‘ eclectic reportage includes everything from family travel and romantic escapes to girlfriend getaways, outdoor adventures and hotel reviews. With a focus on destinations in North America, Mexico and the

An Interview with Johnny Jet

Johnny Jet is a guy who gets around: traveling an average of 150,000 miles and visiting over 20 countries each year, Johnny’s website is known as the “first stop” for both

A Conversation with Zora O’Neill

Zora O’Neill starts our Travel Writing 2.0 series of personal interviews with the authors who have made travel writing a genre in its own right. (I’ve worked with her at Luxury