Travel Writer

Some articles on travel, travel writer, travels, writer:

Broke-ass Stuart - Literary Career
... Schuffman’s explanation for going into travel writing in his own words from the introduction of his books “I was working in a candy store in San Francisco when all ... It said she was a travel writer ... I thought to myself, ‘Travel writer? I wanna be a travel writer,’ and it was then that I decided to be one." On June 24, 2011 the travel documentary television series Young ...
Jaroslav Rudnyckyj - Travel Writer
... Among these his Ukrainian language books on his "Travels Across Half the World" (1955), "Travels Through America" (1956), and "Travels Through Canada" (1959?) are especially notable ...
List Of English Writers - P
... Russell Page (1906–1985), garden writer and landscape architect John Paget (died 1638), religious writer and Presbyterian minister Barry Pain (1864–1928), novelist and humorist Thomas Paine (1737–1809. 1540–1594), writer William Paley (1743–1805), philosopher, theologian and cleric Francis Palgrave (1788–1861), historian Francis Turner Palgrave (1824–1897), poet and anthologist, Golden Treasury of. 1729–1790) religious writer and Unitarian minister John Palmer (1742–1786), religious writer and Unitarian minister Samuel Palmer (1805–1881), poet and painter Robert Paltock (1697–17 ...
The Boar - Awards - 2000s
2000, Andrew Losowsky was runner-up Best Student Feature Writer in the National Student Journalism Awards ... Tim Clist was nominated for Best Feature Writer and Andrew Losowsky for Best Arts Journalist ... of the year in the Guardian Student Media Awards, Mark Douglas was nominated for Sports Writer of the Year and the compulsory laptops campaign was nominated for Student Campaign of the Year ...

Famous quotes containing the words writer and/or travel:

    I perceived that to express those impressions, to write that essential book, which is the only true one, a great writer does not, in the current meaning of the word, invent it, but, since it exists already in each one of us, interprets it. The duty and the task of a writer are those of an interpreter.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    Ours is the century of enforced travel ... of disappearances. The century of people helplessly seeing others, who were close to them, disappear over the horizon.
    John Berger (b. 1926)