Learn how to highlight an idea in the first few sentences of your query letter and target it for the right audience — and you’ll immediately set yourself up for travel writing success.
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Allyson Gierke, tells us how she recently got her first article and photo published in a local magazine near her home in Billings, Montana.
Read here to find out how to copyright your own photos.
AWAI Member Ginny Ripley always keeps a detailed travel journal — and it’s a good thing, because her first published article was about a trip she took months before she wrote it. Here’s her story with details on how she regularly enjoys discounts, perks, and upgrades that afford her more luxurious, exotic trips as a travel writer.
Kevin Lohka started submitting and selling his photos in stock agencies after coming to our stock workshop in Santa Fe last October. He’s been submitting to multiple agencies since March, and already he’s had over 90 downloads on various sites. Kevin’s motivated — he seeks out new stock ideas left and right, and he’s always […]
This week, our congratulations go to reader and workshop attendee Caroline Maryan. Caroline just got news that her photo will be published on the cover of “Discovery,” a local magazine in Seoul, South Korea. (Note: This is Caroline’s first published photo.) She writes… “I am so thrilled! The picture is of a restored stream–the Cheonggye […]
The dancing yellow flames that provided a small island of light in the black jungle had all but disappeared. The only illumination left was a heaping mound of glowing coals that cast a dim, orange hue on the shadowed faces of my fellow travelers. Barely able to see each other in this open-sided gathering room, […]
Kathy Scopin fell in love with Italy when she signed up for a 13-day bicycle trip from the Adriatic Sea to the Mediterranean. Since then, she’s returned every year for the last 15 years. Friends and family know how much Kathy loves it there. And whenever they want to plan a trip to Italy, she’s […]
Read on for three skills that you’ll need as a tour designer and guide when turning your ideas (no matter how normal or strange they may be) into a tour for profit so you can get paid to travel.
Get Paid to Travel! Become a Travel Writer Travel writing is quite possibly the best non-job in the world. It’s fun. It gives you an excuse to travel — and get paid to travel. It can bring with it instant “celebrity” status. (Just tell somebody that you write articles for magazines… and they’ll start looking […]