If you’ve decided to make 2019 your year to break into travel writing, our Travel Writing & Marketing Master Class coming up on April 25-27, 2019, in Seattle, Washington, USA, will help you launch your career in this exciting field.
We’ll show you—step-by-step—exactly how to break into print and online media and get paid for your travel writing. You’ll learn the same secrets I’ve used to get more than 1,000 stories published in 200+ regional, national, and international magazines, specialty publications, in-flights, on-boards, newspapers, and travel websites.
And, I’ll tell you how I’ve scored thousands of dollars’ worth of complimentary travel perks at exotic resorts and fine dining restaurants. I’ll show you how to parlay your travel writing assignments into luxury tours with personal travel guides, and even free transportation.
Roy Stevenson has had over 800 articles published in 180 magazines, after taking a travel writer’s workshop through Great Escape Publishing (formerly AWAI) in 2007.
During this time he has developed a system that almost guarantees his articles will be published. This system has meshed all of the important links in the freelance writing chain, including dreaming up viable topics, researching the subject, writing enticing query letters, finding suitable magazines to pitch, writing a flowing piece, submitting it in a timely manner, and taking and captioning photographs to accompany the article.
Most of Roy’s articles get published as a result of his system. While most freelance writers are happy with an acceptance rate of 25% for their article pitches, Roy has had a 93% acceptance rate for his stories. His love of writing has allowed him to share his successful experiences with other writers.
Roy has been featured in The Writer and Writer’s News magazines for his prodigious new writing career. Writing magazines publishing his work also include The New Writer, Writer's Forum, WritersWeekly.com and AWAI’s The Right Way To Travel.
Selecting any of the articles below will open the article in a new window on Roy's website written for travel writers: www.PitchTravelWrite.com.
Travel Writers Head for Regionals
To ease into the travel writing niche, target local travel magazines and build rapport with editors.
Step It Up to Write for Fitness Markets
Put your passion for health and fitness into print by starting small and local. Here's how.
Writing for Military Magazines: An Untapped Market
Military magazines have a consistent need for stories, but don't stop there - many types of magazines have a need for military stories. Here's how to tap into this market.
The New Writer
7 Reasons Aspiring Novelists and Authors Should Start by Writing for Magazines
Aspiring novelists or authors should consider freelance writing for magazines before writing their first book. Here's why.
Organize a Writing Holiday
U.S. freelancer Roy Stevenson explains how he and his wife set up a writing vacation and paid for a winter escape to Ecuador.
How to Target Small Specialty Magazines
Roy Stevenson shares seven strategies on targeting small specialty magazines.
Win Repeat Business
How to get your work accepted for publication in magazines and win repeat business as frequently as possible.
Prolific From the Start
Learn how Roy got 101 articles accepted for publication in only 7 months.
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