Ever wanted to become a travel writer and travel the world? Here’s what you need to know.
Travel Writing Blog: Tips and Advice for Travel Writers
Travel Writing On Location is a community for travel writers. Whether you’re a travel blogger, professional travel journalist or want to learn how to become a travel writer, you’ll find tips and advice you can use to grow your career. Check out the blogs below for advice and interviews with editors and successful travel journalists. Travel Writing On Location is hosted by Go World Travel, a digital publication for world travelers. Feel free to look around in the menu above.
Get paid to travel the world, explore different countries and write about your experiences. Here are 12 tips to become a travel blogger.
Want to become a travel writer? Here are some tried and true travel writing tips from travel writer and expert Linda Ballou
Editing your work is good, but over editing can hold you back and stifle your creative energy. Here are some tips for editing your travel writing.
Being a travel journalist may never provide fat checks or a cushy retirement, but it offers riches of different kind.
Travel writing is an amazing profession. After all, you can get paid to travel the world. But it takes hard work and know-how to be a success. Here’s what you need to know about travel writing.
It’s an age-old question that many aspiring travel writers have asked — how do I get a writing assignment if I don’t have any writing clips yet? Here’s how to get that first travel writing assignment.
We caught up with travel writer Sharon Spence Lieb long enough to ask for her three top pieces of advice for new travel writers. Here’s what she said.
Q&A with former travel editor and travel journalist Linda DuVal.
Based in the UK, Elayne Jude is a writer and photographer covering travel, foreign affairs and women at war. This curious blend of topics works well for Elayne. Here’s what she had to say.
Travel writing looked easy, but my efforts got me nowhere. Then I took a writing workshop. It turns out that travel writing has its own norms, procedures and techniques. Having someone explain this to me made all the difference.
When a travel writer goes on assignment, the goal is create a publishable piece for the public. But often, there’s a backstory to the journey, another travel story that goes unwritten.