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It’s been a busy week for travel writing opportunities. Here’s the latest:

LONGSTANDING TRAVEL writing advice/news blog Written Road is looking for some fresh voices: one or two new writers to contribute a couple of blog posts each week. Check out the full call for writers for details.

In case you’re not already familiar: Written Road was founded by travel writer Jen Leo to document her early efforts at travel writing, and to share what she learned along the way.

Since Jen retired from the site, it’s been taken over by a couple of other writers (Abha Malpani and Nicholas Gill – both Matador members!) and covers a mixture of travel publishing news, writing and editing opportunities, and personal notes on the bloggers’ careers and progress.

Written Road is read by an awful lot of editors and writers – it’s a great place to get your name out into the travel writing world.

Sound like your thing? Well then, get applying!

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About The Author

Eva Holland

Eva Holland is a freelance writer, Senior Editor of World Hum and a longtime contributor to the Matador community. She lives in Canada’s Yukon Territory and blogs about Alaska and Yukon travel at Travelers North.

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