travel writing Archive

Great Writers Are Also Readers

“If you don’t have awareness and an analytical understanding of what worked before, you can’t build on it.” That’s something Seth Godin wrote in a blog post while talking about business

Rory MacLean Author and Travel Writer Interview

“Rory MacLean must surely be the outstanding, and most indefatigable, traveller-writer of our time,” wrote John le Carr√©. According to late John Fowles, his work “marvellously explains why literature still lives”.

Getting to Know Kimberly Button

Kimberly Button has been a journalist and award-winning photographer for two decades, specializing in travel and green living. She is the author of two books The Disney Queue Line Survival Guidebook

A Conversation with Susan Barnes

Susan Barnes is a prolific travel writer, talented photographer and an editor. Over the years her byline has appeared in numerous top publications including AARP.org, Delta Sky, Denver Life, Hemispheres, espnW.com,

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,