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Travel Writing Classes in New York (Jan-Feb, 2007)

By Jen Leo | Permalink | No Comments | December 19th, 2006 | Trackback

david farleyDavid Farley gets rave reviews for his travel writing classes. AND he’s fun. So that means, he makes learning a good time. He just let me know that he’s got two classes coming up in January and February. If you’ve got some extra holiday cash, or a Secret Santa that wants to support your dreams, take one of these and get on the travel writing track. Bylines, bylines, bylines.

New York University: From Traveler to Travel Writer:
A Writing Workshop

When: First class on February 8; Thursdays; 6:20-8:40pm,
Where: Washington Square, NYC
Cost: $580

Gotham Writers’ Workshop: Travel Writing I
When: First class on January 16; Tuesdays; 7-10pm,
Where: Greenwich Village, NYC
Cost: $395

Details: These ten-week travel writing classes take students from pre-trip research to creating an appropriate story structure to writing a good pitch letter. Be prepared to write in class.

Instructor: David Farley has written about travel for various publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Conde Nast Traveler, Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel, Playboy, New York, Slate.com, and Worldhum.com. He’s the editor of Travelers’ Tales Prague and the Czech Republic. In 2005, he won a Lowell Thomas Award for travel magazine writing.





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