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“Journalists with confirmed assignments are invited to a Montreal weekend media trip this July 1 supported by the Marriott Chateau Champlain and partners, including Media Kitty!
In 2017, Montréal will turn 375 years old. The city’s major milestone year offers everyone a one-of-a-kind opportunity to celebrate its wealth of history and culture as well as its rich heritage, its people, its iconic places and its neighbourhoods. This will be the trip theme.
A complete agenda is being built. Early expressions of interest appreciated. Given the volume of expected replies, we will be back to those short-listed. Merci!”
Writers love to talk about “finding a good home” for a story. As if the story, or the idea that pre-dates it, is a child you are putting up for adoption, and you’ll only let go of it if you know its new mother and father will take better care of it than you ever could.
When I start any conversation with someone who wants to be a travel writer, or has been trying to make a career in travel writing for a while and isn’t getting any traction, first and foremost, I ask:
Why are you doing this in the first place?