Travel Writer: Joshua Kucera

Joshua Kucera is a freelance writer who has written a number of travelogues from the former Soviet Union and surrounding areas, including from Kazakhstan, the Russia-China border, Ukraine, and western China. Recently he published a series of dispatches from along the Europe-Asia border for Slate and Roads & Kingdoms. He was born in Des Moines, Iowa,…

Travel Writer: Abbie Kozolchyk

Abbie Kozolchyk is the author of National Geographic’s The World’s Most Romantic Destinations. She’s spent most of her career in magazines, sometimes in the Glamour/Cosmo/Allure universe, sometimes in the National Geographic Traveler/Conde Nast Traveler/Travel + Leisure universe—and sometimes in both, such as the day she had to file copy on Reese Witherspoon’s bangs from a Tibetan…

Travel Writer: Marco Ferrarese

Marco Ferrarese writes about travel, culture, and extreme music in Asia for a variety of international publications, including Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, CNN Travel, BBC Travel, The Guardian, National Geographic Traveler (UK), the South China Morning Post, Roads and Kingdoms, and Time Out. Marco’s first pulp novel Nazi Goreng, published in 2013 by Monsoon Books, explores…

Travel Writer: Erick Prince

Erick Prince is a writer, photographer, and world traveler. After serving over ten years in the United States Air Force, he is on a quest to become the first African American to visit every country in the world. His blogs and shares photos and videos of his travels at Minority Nomad. How did you get…

Travel Writer: Edmund Vallance

Edmund Vallance is a London-born writer and musician. His travel stories and photographs have appeared in a wide range of publications, including The New York Times, The London Evening Standard, and The Independent. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons. How did you get started traveling? I went to Bristol University…

Travel Writer: Charlie Grosso

Charlie Grosso is a writer, photographer, art gallery director, and brand consultant. She has traveled across five continents, through nearly 70 countries, via bus, train, caravan, and clunker. She has raced the Mongol rally, survived a hold-up by Ugandan rebels, and fallen in love with sublime moments through the lens of a Hasselblad. How did…

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