Monthly Archives: September 2008

Travel blog looking for Europe country-focused writers

Even when the dollar to euro conversion is not in our favor, Europe continues to be a popular travel destination. It seems like there is always another Europe-focused blog popping up with the latest and greatest in Euro attractions. Fortunately for you, one of them happens to be looking for […]

Rolf Potts: The Virtual Tour

Travel writer Rolf Potts just finished a Virtual Tour, doing numerous interviews all across the blogosphere, to celebrate the release of his new book Marco Polo Didn’t Go There: Stories and Revelations From One Decade as a Postmodern Travel Writer. There is loads of good stuff out there as a […]

World Hum Themed Restless Legs Reading

If you missed the latest enstallment of David Farley’s Restless Legs Reading Series this past Saturday (I went and had a great time, as did the many others that made it) a nother eeading will commence in just a few short weeks on October 15. This time will be a […]

Travel writing contest: Win $500 at DeepTravelers

Have you been penning a piece about your recent travels that you’re just not sure what to do with? Polish it up and submit it to Deep Travelers Travel Writing Extravaganza. There aren’t any categories or word limits; all you have to do is write and tell a good story. […]

Experienced writers for online Caribbean guides

Spent a lot of time exploring the Caribbean islands? Specialist in Creole cuisine? Know the difference between St. Martin and St. Maarten? Then you might want to send your resume over to Shermans Travel Media. The major New York-based publisher is looking for experienced writers to provide travel guides covering […]

Restless Legs Reading Series: Saturday, Sept 27 in NYC

The Restless Legs reading series, “a reading series for the wanderlust stricken,” will be holding their next reading this Saturday on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Authors Mary Morris (who wrote Wall to Wall: From Beijing to Berlin by Rail and The River Queen) and Ayun Halliday (No Touch Monkey: And […]