I've just launched a new website, http://www.lizcleere.com, specifically aimed at itinerant writers like me. If you're a rolling stone or are in a perpetual state of travel you might be interested in becoming part of this small group.
I've set it up so that a small band of people -- maximum 12 -- can get together to swap travel stories once a month and GIVE EACH OTHER CONSIDERED LITERARY CRITICISM. Like the creative writing groups you find in most towns, this on-line version will nurture and encourage its writers to improve.
There will be monthly assignments. All members will be required to write up to 500 words on a given theme, and to critique the previous month's work of the other eleven members. We will also have voluntary ad hoc assignments, and possibly guest posts and Q&A sessions.
The club is free to join. I've had to limit the size to twelve members as that is about the maximum number I can handle at the moment. We'll see how it progresses.
I've set a little competition for applicants to write 500 words on 'The Itinerant Writer' and to let me have a few words about themselves.
Mini biog: I live on a boat and am slowly sailing round the world. I write cruising stories (destination pieces)for Sailing Today, a national sailing magazine in the UK. I've had some success in writing competitions. I would like to break into mainstream travel writing and am hoping this club will be one small step for all its members to improve their writing skills.