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Who Else Wants to Break Into Travel Writing?
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Are you an aspiring travel writer? Would you like to write for newspaper travel sections, glossy magazines with gorgeous photos, or other travel publications? If you answered “YES,” then you “stumbled upon” the right website! Since you are new to travel writing, you may be unsure of what to write. Contact your local tourism office […]

A Partnership of Travel Writing and Photography
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[Posted on: 20 May 2008]
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Travel writing is just like painting: a travel writer uses a palette of words instead of paints! When you breathe life into a story through your words, readers will want more. Part of the fun of travel writing is sharing your knowledge gained from your experience. A photograph can tell the whole story or part […]

Fly Away From Travel Writer Rejection to Opportunity
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[Posted on: 14 May 2008]
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“All this rejection’s got me so low.” That’s a line from the song “Self Esteem” by The Offspring. Rejection of all types is an unavoidable part of life. Job rejection can suck! Sending out travel article after travel article and resume after resume becomes mechanical. Soon cynicism and fear settle in like “Mr. Mucas” from […]

Legal Issues
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[Posted on: 17 April 2008]
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Travel writers may face some legal issues. As a travel writer, familiarize or re-familiarize yourself with terms such as copyright, trademark, patent, plagiarism, defamation/libel, and slander. For more information on these terms, visit legal terms for writers. FYI: These terms are from our “tax section,” but it is best to mention them again. Familiarize yourself […]

Tax Issues
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[Posted on: 17 April 2008]
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Everyone must file a tax return. Now that you are a successful travel writer you may be wondering what to do. You came to the right places. Even travel writers cannot get away from taxes. You can either file your own tax returns or find a CPA to prepare them for you. If you’re unsure […]

Travel Journalists
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[Posted on: 17 April 2008]
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We’re often asked “What’s the difference between a travel writer and a travel journalist?”. The answer is …..not a lot. Actually, while they are similar in many ways, the key difference is that a travel writer generally writes about a place, and does so in a way that allows the reader to visualize the experience, […]

Top 10 Travel Writing Tips
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[Posted on: 16 April 2008]
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What travel writer could not use some writing tips? It’s a good idea to gather information from multiple resources. The more resources the merrier! Before taking-off for your next adventure pack these tips into your luggage. Top 10 List Travel as much as you can. This will make you an authority and give you a […]



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