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…
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…
Kim Dinan is an author and adventurer. Her writing has appeared in Parks and Recreation, Northwest Travel, Go Explore, and OnTrak, among others. Her blog, So Many Places, was named one of the best outdoor blogs by USA Today and has been featured online by such sites as Huffington Post and BuzzFeed. Her travel memoir, The Yellow Envelope, hit shelves in April 2017.
Jill K. Robinson writes about travel, adventure, food, and drink for the San Francisco Chronicle, AFAR, National Geographic Traveler, Robb Report, Outside, Sunset, Coastal Living, American Way, Sierra, Wine Enthusiast and more.
Jonathan Arlan is a writer and editor. Born and raised on the Great Plains, he has lived in New Orleans, New York, Egypt, Japan, and Serbia and traveled in over thirty-five countries. His first book, Mountain Lines: A Journey through the French Alps was published in February 2017.
Maribel Steel is a published author, writer and inspirational speaker. She is legally blind and loves to travel using a white cane with bike bell attached. Currently she writes about vision loss for Verywell network and VisionAware (American Foundation for the Blind).
Laura Fraser is the bestselling author of the travel memoir An Italian Affair, as well as All Over the Map. She has written for numerous publications, including the New York Times, Oprah Magazine, Vogue, Sunset, More, Elle, Marie Claire, Gourmet, Salon.com. She’s also the co-founder and editorial director of Shebooks.net, which publishes short e-books by women.
Linda Lappin is the author of The Soul of Place: A Creative Writing Workbook: Ideas and Exercises for Conjuring the Genius Loci (Travelers’ Tales 2015). Her work has appeared in The Kenyon Review, the Literary Review, Prairie Schooner, Rain Taxi, and the Writers’ Chronicle, among others. She is a lecturer in English language and literature at the Sapienza University of Rome.
Tim Neville is a correspondent for Outside, Ski and Skiing magazines and a frequent contributor to the New York Times travel section. His work has been featured in Best American Travel Writing, Best American Sports Writing and other anthologies. He has reported from seven continents, loves languages, and lives in Bend, Oregon, with his wife and daughter.
Sally Shivnan’s travel writing has been featured in anthologies such as The Best American Travel Writing, as well as in The Washington Post, Miami Herald, Nature Conservancy Magazine, Washingtonian, Saturday Evening Post, railstotrails.org, baltimore.org and many other publications and websites. Her short story collection Piranhas & Quicksand & Love is due to be published in fall 2016.
Robert Moor is an award-winning essayist and journalist living in British Columbia. His first book, On Trails: An Exploration, was published in July 2016. His writing has appeared in Harper’s, New York Magazine, GQ, and many other publications.