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Travel Writing Marketing

I had the pleasure of speaking at Roy Stevenson’s recent Travel Writing Marketing Workshop. I’m including below a guest blog post from Roy about how to market your travel stories, including some very helpful books and articles: The majority of

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A Winery to Watch

The Writer’s Workshop Blog highlights my adventures teaching writing classes, writing stories, articles and books, leading travel, food and wine writing classes to France and Italy, traveling the globe, promoting my books including the novel, The Storms of Denali, and

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What Makes Washington Wine Unique?

Washington State’s star is rising. Awards flood in from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, the Wine Spectator and many other publications. But what’s distinctive about the region’s wine? Is there a style or flavor profile that sets it apart? Is there

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Publishing Opportunities

Publishers occasionally contact me looking for writers to contribute to their publications. Here are two that you might consider as homes for your stories: The editors at City Arts Magazine are now accepting submissions for Ampersand, City Arts print and

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An Oenophile’s Eden: Wine Touring Story about Napa Valley

Stag’s Leap winemaker Nicki Pruss beside the “Hands of Time” tribute to those who have worked at the winery It’s harvest in Napa. The smell of fermenting grapes fills the air. Pickers comb the yellowed rows of vines, culling glistening

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