Rejection is never easy. 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship judge Charukesi Ramadurai shares some tips from her sometimes painful, and always practical, experience.
Charukesi Ramadurai shows how it's not only the story being told that's important but the interesting details that make it stand out.
Details. Quotes. Pacing. These are the key elements to any well written travel story. NY Times contributor Tim Neville unpacks how to build an enthralling narrative for any brief.
Norie Quintos, editor-at-large at Nat Geo Travel and one of our 2018 Travel Writing Scholarship judges gives us a glimpse at what she looks for when editing a piece.
Ever returned from a trip and forgotten key parts of the experience? Some exercise tips to follow while traveling.
Even for seasoned travel writers, inspiration doesn't always magically strike. Annapurna Mellor shares the methods she uses to find her spark.
What really grabs a Nat Geo editor's attention? Norie Quintos shares her advice for getting started and what she'll be looking for as one of our Travel Writing Scholarship judges
In this interview with Writing Scholarship mentor Tim Neville, we discuss how he got his start, the lifestyle and where he sees the industry going.
Our 2017 Travel Writing Scholarship winners give us a taste of what they learnt on their Balkan adventure from their mentor, NY Times contributor Tim Neville
The 3 lucky winners of our 2016 Australia Travel Writing Scholarship are back from their road-trip Down Under. We catch up with them to hear all about their adventures and what they learnt from their mentor, Lonely Planet’s Anthony Ham.
Journaling is a fun and easy way to record your travels, understand your experiences, and reflect on your learnings. You don’t have to be an experienced writer to start journaling too, find out how with these tips from a nomad.