Archive for the ‘Travel Writing’ Category

How to Pitch: Art of Backpacking

How to Pitch: Art of Backpacking
By  Kristen Kuchar Art of Backpacking is a site dedicated to the independent international traveler. Writers are producing great content including fantastic tips for planning your next trip. Editor Michael Tieso gave us the inside scoop on what it takes to write for the site. How is Art of Backpacking...
May 9th, 2012 | Travel Writing | Read More

How to Pitch: Travelfish.org

How to Pitch: Travelfish.org
By Emma Rosenberg Special to The Lost Girls Samantha Brown, managing editor of Travelfish.org, caught up with The Lost Girls to give no-nonsense advice on how to pitch for the site. Travelfish.org is an all-encompassing travel guide for backpacking Southeast Asia written by travelers who’ve really...
May 2nd, 2012 | Asia, Travel Writing, Websites and Blogs | Read More

How to Pitch: Offbeat Travel

How to Pitch: Offbeat Travel
Kristen Kuchar Special to the Lost Girls Offbeat Travel features story on unique and different travel adventures. Editor Neala Schwartzberg took time to talk to us about what it takes to write for them and what makes the perfect pitch. How is Offbeat Travel different than other travel blogs and sites? I...
April 4th, 2012 | Travel Writing | Read More

How to Pitch: Recommend

How to Pitch: Recommend
By Melissa Lukis Special to The Lost Girls  Helping travel agents sell travel is Recommend’s motto. For more than 43 years, the editors of this publication have been traveling the globe in search of the most in-depth destination and product information for its 45,000-plus North American travel...
March 5th, 2012 | Travel Writing | Read More

How to Pitch: TravelingMom

How to Pitch: TravelingMom
By Kristen Kuchar TravelingMom is happily providing travel content for moms who travel – whether it’s with the kids, for business, with friends, or solo. Although the site is geared towards moms, any travel lover can appreciate the wide variety of honest, personal travel stories and helpful travel...
February 29th, 2012 | Travel Writing | Read More

How To Pitch: Travel Agent Magazine

How To Pitch: Travel Agent Magazine
By Melissa Lukis Special to The Lost Girls Keeping agents and travel professionals informed with the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on destinations, hotels, and industry news is what Travel Agent magazine does best. This leading, biweekly trade publication helps its readership of agents...
February 13th, 2012 | Travel Writing, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Pitching 101: How to Write for GoNomad

Pitching 101: How to Write for GoNomad
By Candace Rardon LG Section Editor GoNOMAD prides itself in going beyond the standard copy of a guidebook or glossy magazine. As the editors of the online travel magazine write, “Good travel stories are more than just pretty pictures and fluffy descriptions of exotic places: good travel writing...
May 6th, 2011 | Travel Writing | Read More

Pitching 101: How to Write for the Travel Belles

Pitching 101: How to Write for the Travel Belles
By Candace Rardon LG Section Editor Want to get paid to travel? Find out about two dozen more websites that pay for freelance travel writing! The Travel Belles describes itself as the travel magazine “for women who know getting out of town is a beautiful thing.” Indeed, that’s the...
April 22nd, 2011 | Travel Writing | Read More

Why Travel Writing is Ideal for Students Abroad

Why Travel Writing is Ideal for Students Abroad
By Isabel B Special to The Lost Girls Students studying abroad often complain that they are on a tight budget. Especially with all the weekend trips that they want to take, cash is scarce. Many resort to teaching English or the occasional babysitting stint in order to make ends meet. But there is a way...
April 4th, 2011 | Extras, Staying Connected, Travel Writing, Working Abroad | Read More

Pitching 101: How to Write for Galavanting

Pitching 101: How to Write for Galavanting
By Candace Rardon LG Section Editor You may have followed along Galavanting on their webseries, GalvantingTV, which takes viewers on quirky adventures across the world, from the “polar bear capital of the world” in Manitoba to visiting a school in Roatan, Honduras, to a hobo gathering...
March 18th, 2011 | Dispatches from the Road, Featured, Travel Writing | Read More