We serve up:
- in-depth breakdowns of how the publishing industry really works and what editors actually want to see in your pitch
- the nitty-gritty details and dirty little secrets of the real lives of professional, freelance travel writers
- step-by-step guides of how to find magazines, develop ideas, write pitches, and earn money as a travel writer.
Each week on Thursday at 8:30pm GMT / 3:30pm EST / 12:30pm PST, we bring you a free weekly course on travel writing covering the whole gamut of ways to grow your income as a travel writer, from improving your magazine pitches to creating custom blogging gigs that perfectly fit your interests, abilities, and background to maximizing your hourly rate.
For the first time ever, a professional travel writer spills the secrets of how to be a highly-paid travel writer in a clear, step-by-step formula you can easily copy to create your own dream career from how to maximize your online presence, power up your pitching and land recurring revenue to creating custom writing gigs and breaking into the big leagues. Grab your copy now or learn more and get the first three chapters free.
Feel like you don’t know who will buy the story of your chance meeting with Bob Dylan on a rural bus or intimate family dinner in war-torn Syria? For hundreds of print magazines that accept travel articles, you’ll find detailed breakdowns of:
- exactly which sections are open to freelancers
- what pitches the magazine is looking for
- which editors you need to reach out to for hundreds of print magazines that accept travel articles.
Need to get your travel writing career in high gear quickly before you transition out of a full-time job? Want to know exactly what you personally need to tweak to make more of your pitches turn into assignments? Wondering what are the right magazines, websites and travel companies for you and how to start getting paid by them this month? All coaching clients receive access to the Travel Magazine Database, a print version of The Six-Figure Travel Writing Road Map, a reasonable number of query critiques every month, and unlimited email support.
Putting your best foot forward with a magazine editor is one of the prime concerns most travel writers have, whether they’re starting from scratch and don’t know where to begin or have been at it for years and don’t know why they’re not getting the responses they’d hoped for. Get your pitch letters critiqued to find out exactly what’s holding you back and how to get more responses to your pitches.
Whether in Gabi’s Catskills writing retreat center or in locations around the world from Portland, Oregon, to Cleveland, Ohio, and London to Bali, Gabi runs regular workshops.
The Freelance Travel Writing Jobs Newsletter
Every week, we round up the best travel writing advice from our site and others, and the most legit travel writing job openings that have come up in the previous week. Never miss that perfect travel writing opportunity again.