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Our TBEX specialty workshops have been a big hit with attendees looking to dig deeper into a topic in a way that shorter sessions don’t allow. Longer sessions are perfect for skill building in areas of craft and technology, and we’re pleased to offer two terrific workshops for TBEX Europe 2016 in Stockholm The workshops...
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Don George wrote the book on travel writing. Literally. And as the co-founder and chairman of the acclaimed Book Passage Travel Writers and Photographers Conference, he knows a thing or two about teaching travel writing. Don is returning to TBEX to teach this small group travel writing workshop, and we open registration for it today....
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We’re excited to announce that we’ve extended our new small group workshops to TBEX Cancun. If you’re interested in some extended time to hone your craft, these workshops, led by award winning instructors, are a value-priced add on to your TBEX Cancun registration. Both workshops are offered on September 9-1oth, 10 am-4 pm (time approximate),...
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  You spoke. You said you wanted a chance to work on your craft, to burrow in and tackle the meatier process of crafting great writing. You said you wanted to write, re-write, and re-write again, then share your writing with others who have sweated through that same process. You said you wanted time to...
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  If you’re interested in learning how to write blog posts that really resonate with people, Christine Cantera is the teacher you want. Not only has she written for several travel publications, but she’s also ghostwritten dozens of ebooks, articles, and blog posts. Christine was part of an excellent workshop at TBEX 2013 about tone,...
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  It’s so fitting that TBEX is coming to Dublin, a UNESCO City of Literature. Has there ever been a city more influenced by its writers and shaped by the arts? The renowned Irish literary tradition, boasting four Nobel Prize winners, is constantly looking forward, embracing new styles and forms of writing. And now a...
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I’ve been blogging since 1997. I have work in the early archives of Matador and BlogHer and World Hum and Travelblogs. I used Tripod (gone), MSN Communities (gone) and Blogger (now owned by Google) before joining the church of WordPress in 2001. I have a loyal audience, readers that have been with me for 15...
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  Do you think you have an interesting travel adventure to tell?  A story that’s sure to captivate your readers all around the world?  Today’s guest post from speaker Pam Mandel tells you why your adventure isn’t all that special.  And tells you what you can do about it.   We go places. We write...
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