How do travel writers find inspiration while on the road? What’s the best way to approach a subject for an interview? Travel writer Prathap Nair shares the tools of the trade.
Writers need to treat all people and cultures around them with dignity and respect. This becomes even more important in times of tragedy.
In our interview with Writing Scholarship mentor Alex Leviton, we discuss how she got her start, the lifestyle and where she sees the industry going.
Phil Sylvester, our Head of PR & Media Communications here at World Nomads, points out the traps that budding travel writers often fall into.
Think you have the chops to become a travel writer? We sat down with Rough Guides' Martin Zatko to find what it's like writing on the road for a living.
On our 2012 Travel Writing Scholarship, winner Hanna Butler got her hands dirty in the worlds of guide book writing, travel writing, and travel blogging.
For travel bloggers, internet connection is life. But, as travel blogger Suzy Guese discovers, it's important to switch off sometimes, too.
Are you thinking about starting a travel blog and you want someone other than your mother to read it? Amy Palfreyman, winner of our 2010 Travel Writing Scholarship, shares her top tips.
Are you a travel blogger trying to earn an income from your blog? Travel blogger Nomadic Matt shares his secrets to monetization success.
Whether you're writing for a guide book, website or your own blog, the backbone of every great travel tale is solid base of on-location research.
Veteran guide book writer Simon Richmond shares his insight into making it in the industry and what day-to-day life is like on the road for a freelancer.