travel writing Archive

Does What You’re Writing Have Leverage?

I’ve given a lot of talks at writing conferences and travel conventions on different subjects and much of the advice has a common thread: leverage. If what you work on will last,

Catching Up With Matt Long of LandLopers

We had a conversation with Matthew Long of LandLopers.com back in 2012. You can read our initial interview with him here. A lot can happen in six years and, in Matt’s

Meet Dana Rebmann: From Television News to Freelance Travel Writer

For a majority of her career, Dana Rebmann worked in television news for NBC in San Francisco, and rarely had the opportunity to report feature stories. Now, as a freelancer, she

Audience First, Money Second

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 Mark Sissons

Vancouver-based Mark Sissons has been contributing his stories and photos to major North American publications for over a decade. His regular outlets include the San Francisco Chronicle, the Dallas Morning News,