Crash Course. Travel Writing: All About The Journey

Instructor: Caroline Eubanks

Travel writing is more about the journey than the destination. Writers can describe a place far from home or in their own backyard that they’ve experienced in a new way. These stories seek to inspire or to inform, to share memories and to make the potential trip easier for the reader. 

This crash course will introduce aspiring writers to the storytelling methods centered around the place and learn how to write in a way that inspires action. It will cover the themes that weave together the journeys of the writer and the reader. It will also discuss where to place travel stories beyond traditional travel publications and get paid for it. 


-Decide which type of travel writing your story falls under

-Receive feedback on your work

-Learn where to publish your travel stories

-Expand the types of stories you write

Open to writers of all levels.

Class Limit is 20.

$ 85.00

Biography: Caroline Eubanks is the Lowell Thomas-award winning travel writer of the book This Is My South: The Essential Travel Guide to the Southern States. Her work has also been published by USA Today 10 Best, Fodor’s, Lonely Planet, BBC Travel, and Afar. Her career started at an alt-weekly newspaper in Charleston but eventually turned into full-time freelance. She calls Atlanta home.

Contact Information:

Date(s): Saturday. February 8

Class time: 10:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.

Type of Class: Three Hour Course

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