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Go Magazine Editor Orion Ray-Jones on the Kinds of Travel Articles that Glue an Editor to the Page

Travel editor Orion Ray-Jones says he’s looking mostly for stories he doesn’t want to put down. Stories that glue him to the page and have him repeating details to his friends and family the next day.Can you write a story like this? I’m willing to bet you can. Read the full interview with Go Magazine Editor Orion Ray-Jones’ here…

Chicago Tribune Travel Editor Ross Werland on Pitching Travel Stories to Newspapers

The editorial staff at large newspapers is shrinking (and has been for years). What does this mean for you as a travel writer? Click here to read an interview with travel editor Ross Werland at the Chicago Tribune, and listen to his advice on how to get started.

Interview with Santa Monica Workshop Attendee Bob Kelley

Christina Merchant, Product Manager, interviews Bob Kelley about his new found success as a travel writer. After attending the Ultimate Travel Writing Workshop in August of 2010, he has already had two stories published and has editor’s waiting for more! Read the entire interview here.

From Retired English Teacher to Travel Writer

An Interview with Steve Weisman Like many of our readers, former high school English teacher and coach Steve Weisman launched his freelance writing career so that he would have something to keep him occupied (and paid) when he retired. Now, two years since that retirement, he’s downright busy as outdoor editor for three newspapers in […]

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