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The Nuts & Bolts of Travel Writing

BTW – I’ll be teaching a workshop at
Whatcom Community College this fall;
The Nuts & Bolts of Travel Writing The glitz and glam of travel writing attracts writers of all skill levels. After all, who wouldn’t want expense paid trips to exotic destinations? But it’s not all foot-loose and fancy-free. In this revealing course, discover the nuts and bolts of travel writing from a successful author in the field. You’ll learn how to: create winning ideas including how to query and market your articles; travel as a travel writer; conduct extensive field research; craft an attention-grabbing expose; and more.
F8692 / 1 session $49 9:30 AM-1:30 PM — SAT: 10/29 Foundation 201C
Ways to Register! or call Whatcom Community College 360-383-3200


One comment on “The Nuts & Bolts of Travel Writing

  1. Stephen Hayes
    September 15, 2011

    How great to combine two wonderful pursuits: writing and traveling. Travel has provided me with much material for my writing, and one of my favorite Mark Twain quotes is: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.”

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