Calling Other Travel Writers

I’m looking for guest writers here on graywanderings.com!

I believe very deeply in the power and benefits of community.  Writing regularly on this blog over the last year has not only helped me connect with readers, but it has also helped me become a reader of many other writers’ words, writing that I would not otherwise see if it wasn’t for the blogosphere. Conversations easily take off from a brief comment left on another writer’s post.  A simple “liking” of a post, lets the author know you’re out there, the illusive and engaged reader, ready for the next sentence.

In an era when young writers carry the growing fear that they will never be published, blogging allows writers to know that the second they push “Publish” on their post those words are out in the world, available to be read by just a few others, or by many, many readers.  What a treat. This public sharing of our craft allows for feedback, affirmation, and helpful insights that can take us to new levels of writing.

So I’m dedicating this week’s post to getting the word out about being a guest author here at graywanderings.com.  I attempted this invitation last May with little success. But as a community of travel writers I think it’s important to get our voices, our stories, and our words, in front of diversified audiences.  So if you know someone who might be interested in putting together a 250 – 750 world travel story, or if you are a writer with a fitting post, I would love to talk with you and discuss next steps about posting here on graywanderings.com. Please leave a comment or send me an email at (graywanderings@gmail.com) if you’re interested.

On all accounts, I wish you all the very best wishes for the week to come.

Thanks for reading!

Matt

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About mlgray

Heading out on adventures, building community, eating delicious cuisines, supporting the local food movement and enjoying walks in the wild . . . grateful to be wandering in the world with you.
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