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BGTW Talks Travel: Great British Stays

There are few types of getaways more British than staying in a pub – boutique pubs with rooms, traditional inns, and affordable accommodation, all across the UK. What does a stay in a pub look like now for couples, families, … ..more

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BGTW Talks Travel webinar: Decolonising travel writing

What does ‘decolonise travel writing’ mean in practice? The genre of travel writing really took off during European expansion including the British Empire, with stories usually told from a white, male, Western gaze. In this debate, we’ll discuss the outdated … ..more

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How to break into travel writing

Why did I want to write a book? To be honest, I didn’t. Travel features are what I do but when someone asks you for a book, you don’t say no. Barely a whiff of interest and before a full … ..more

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How to write a great travel blog post

Some of the greatest writers I know have blogs that hardly anyone reads. They may write stupendous prose, they have a unique perspective on life, they can impart words of wisdom that might change your life.  But, nobody knows. A … ..more

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