Rejection: we all have to deal with it as writers. Some of us more than others. I came across this article in a Seattle weekly about one writers struggle. Enjoy!
Sorry about the scarce posting over the last few weeks, looks like both Nick and I have been swamped with different things. I’ve been wrapping up things here in Madrid before I leave for Dubai to spend 3-weeks with my family; I haven’t been home in 18 months. My brother […]
“Glimpse” — National Geographic‘s new print and online platform (urr…magazine?) is looking for people aged between 18-30 who plan to spend at least 10-weeks studying abroad from August 15-December 30, to report on their experiences. Each correspondent will receive a $600 stipend and be assigned a professional editor to help […]
Here are a couple of NYC jobs for anyone in the market: 1.) The New York Times is looking for a Travel Guides Producer to work in their New York Office. Both jobs involve working with the online travel site including producing content, working with the guidebook partner, producing photos, […]
Costa Rica Pages has just launched a travel-writing competition where you can get a trip valued at $3000 to Costa Rica. Simple drill: Write a 300-word-minimum description of your most memorable vacation or travel moment and how it changed or affected you. Deadline: Friday, August 1. Unfortunately the prize doesn’t […]
Viva Travel Guides (a new guidebook company focused primarily on Latin America that offers all of their content for free online) will be holding a few guidebook/travel writing crash courses over the next couple of months. Viva’s Boot Camps are week-long courses that teach students how to hit the ground […]
I mean 8. Still, in the online travel website medium that’s muchissimo. This is good news for budding travel writers that want a entry level market to break in and earn enough for a few drinks. They now have 9 total sites: MatadorTravel: Social network with blogs, photos, forums, paid […]