Travel Writer Blogs
Travel writers, blogs are great way to network and learn valuable travel writing tips from editors, publishers, and other writers. Log-on and make connections that will help you with your quest or further your travel writing prospects. Enjoy many hours of informal interaction that can last late into the evening. It’s up to you.
- Written Road. Get the inside scoop to the publishing world with this blog.
- World Hum. Blogs from editors and contributors that cover a wide variety of topics.
- BootsnAll. A plethora of travel blogs can be found at this website. Start connecting with other travel writers!
- Vagabonding. Rolf Potts “has reported from over 50 countries for dozens of major publications, including Slate.com, National Geographic Traveler, the New York Times Magazine, Outside, Salon.com, and National Public Radio.” Rolf is best known for promoting the ethic of “independent” travel.
- IgoUgo. Written by IgoUgo editors. Provides travel news, travel features, and reviews.
- Peter Moore. This blog offers more than your average blog. Peter has published books and traveled all over the world.
- Roamsters. More than just a travel blog, you can also learn a lot about affiliate marketing from Rosalind Gardner!
- Travel Writers.Blogspot. Travel writing was Carl Parkes’ primarily employment for over the last 15 years. He has authored “six guidebooks to Southeast Asia published by Avalon Travel and National Geographic.”
Travel Rants. The aim of this blog is to make it into a popular destination for travel consumers, where they can receive advice, ask questions, and join in discussions and leave comments. What advice can you give to travelers? Perhaps your blog could be about the “trials and tribulations” of travel.