Travelers at loose ends about the goal or destination of their trip might like to become a “confluence hunter” to document in photographs and words each of the latitude and longitude integer degree intersections in the world. Pictures and stories will be posted at this site. In Japan, one determined confluence hunter reported the following […]
What tools do you need to create an online travelogue?
People keep asking me what tools they need to create an online travelogue. It’s a big list, and I’m co-teaching a class about it at the Wild Writing Women Weekend Conference, with Lyn Bishop, a digital artist whose online travelogues are photography/art intensive (whereas mine are word-intensive). In the class we’ll be talking about hardware […]
Wild Writing Women Weekend Workshop (W5 Conference)
The second annual Wild Writing Women Weekend Workshop is January 30, 31, and February 1 at Fort Mason Center. I’ll be teaching classes along with Jacqueline Harmon Butler, Lisa Alpine, Cathleen Miller, Pamela Michael, and Alison Wright. With special guests digital artist Lyn Bishop, food writer Elgy Gillespie, and literary agents Ted Weinstein and Nancy […]
December Wild Writing Women Literary Salon features Don George, Maureen Wheeler
Our guest speaker was Don George, Editor at Large for Lonely Planet, who talked about his career as a travel writer and editor through the years and his new travel anthology. Our surprise guest was Lonely Planet co-founder Maureen Wheeler of Melborne, Australia, who was trailed by a cameraman for CNBC’s Squawkbox segment. The program […]
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