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Five Things Writers Should Stop Doing in the ’10s

Old habits die hard with writers. We get into routines without thinking. We keep doing what worked before even when it doesn’t now. We get sloppy when we’re rushed to hit

The Travel Writing Newsletter and Popular Posts

First a quick reminder that if you’re serious about upping your game as a travel writer, blogger, or publisher, you’d be wise to sign up for our travel writing newsletter. There’s

9 Ways to Really Piss Off an Editor

I’ve danced around this subject, hinted at it, and addressed the margins, but it’s time for a rant. The past month has set a record for writers I really like trying

From the Editor’s Mouth: Kate Appleton of Travel + Leisure

Editor’s note: Ms. Appleton moved on to Afar and then the Cathay Pacific magazines after this interview went up, but we’re leaving it as is because it’s filled with great advice.

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