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Colorado-based Claudia Carbone started her career as a ski journalist. When she expanded to covering ski resorts and ski destinations, she found that travel writing was the perfect compliment.
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.
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.
With more than 30 books, 152 plays, and five optioned feature films to her name, Christina Hamlett is a very busy writer. But she’s not too busy to pursue another passion — travel writing.
Travel reminds us to stop and notice the world’s splendor and the wonder of Mother Nature. It forces us to look in awe at the world around us.
Travel has played an important role in this writer’s life and career. Here’s what California-based travel editor Elizabeth Hansen had to say about the business of travel writing.
Being a travel journalist may never provide fat checks or a cushy retirement, but it offers riches of different kind.
Do travel writers need to take their own photos? In today's media landscape, the ability to take compelling photographs and write dynamic copy go hand in hand.
Based in London, travel writer Gilly Pickup writes on cruising and destination travel. Here is her perspective on travel writing in the UK.
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.