Monthly Archives: January 2009


Folio Mag Webinars on New Media

For freelance writers, it’s important to keep up to date on what’s going on in the publishing industry. Knowing the industry that you are writing for is crucial when pitching and coming up with content and that industry is no longer defined solely by print. Here at Written Road, Tim […]


Barefoot Expeditions Seeks Intern

It seems that nowadays there are few travel writers that don’t keep up a blog. And with the rise in social marketing tools (Twitter, Facebook, etc.) writers are becoming equally as skilled in networking as they are in crafting eloquent prose. If you’re proficient in all of the above, the […]


Market Lead: World Swirl Press

Travel writer Erik Trinidad is putting together a guide and anthology under a micropublishing venture, World Swirl Press. We put out this call previously, but he is still looking for contributors with narrative and service-y pieces about travel scams – pickpocket scams, bait and switches, frauds, false accusations…1,000 words or […]


Job Leads: Budget Travel, Outside’s Go

Budget Travel The publication is looking for a Deputy Editor for their New York office. The Deputy Editor will help oversee and steer all aspects of the magazine and special projects. S/he will work closely with the Editor-in-Chief to top-edit all sections of the magazine, and conceive of, assign and […]


Apple Computer’s Best Kept Little Secret

Are you looking to jump into video, audio, or photography editing, but you don’t have the time or money for a private instructor or a college course? Well, if you live by an Apple Store (even an international one), Apple has a program for you. It’s called One-to-One, and it […]


Job Lead: Go Copy Editor

Job in travel print media have been hard to come by as of late, though I just caught this one. Go Magazine, the inflight mag of Air Tran, is looking for a Copy Editor for their DUMBO Brooklyn, NY office. Qualifications: -Two years of experience proofreading, editing and fact-checking -Bachelor’s […]