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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.

Which is Better for Photographers – Mac or PC

A fan club exists for Macs, members are called “fanboys” and they’re hiding all across America behind white and silver laptops, most often with ear plugs in, an iPhone in their pocket, and a house full of white computer gear.and several of our writers and photographers here on staff and out in the field are part of it. I might even join them before the end of the year. Here’s why…

Writing Around Rumors: Avoiding Rumors in your Travel Writing

To publish or not to publish? That is the question when it comes to unsubstantiated statements and gossip. But when the information is already publically circulating, the debate becomes whether the rest of the public has a right to know. Rumors can present big problems to travel writers… here are few tips to help you make the best decisions for your article.

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