Two months ago, I moved to another city. And I still haven't gotten over it. This isn't a tale of culture shock, though my old city and my new one are quite different. Nor is this a tale of hardship. My life is comfortable -- more comfortable than most -- and I didn't have to
Sponsorship. If you’re a travel writer, this is a topic that often comes up. Will you take a sponsored press trip, a trip that is planned for you and/or a group of other writers, so that you can see places you may not be able to afford to go? Or, do you go it alone,
The Best American Travel Writing, which highlights the best travel stories from the previous full year, arrives in bookstores and on tablets this week. The 2014 edition is edited by Paul Theroux, who has selected some outstanding reads from a variety of print and online publications. Here are few that you can read online right
Andrew Evans, National Geographic Traveler's Digital Nomad, talks about his media diet.
Pam Mandel of Nerd's Eye View talks about her media diet and discusses the importance of staying focused on the work, not the reward.
A quick look at The Shambling Guide to New York City by Mur Lafferty. Zoe, the protagonist, is a travel writer.
Travel writer Robert Reid's media diet.