Author of “The Way of Wanderlust: The Best Travel Writing of Don George,” and of “How to Be a Travel Writer,” the world’s bestselling travel writing guide, Don George is a legendary travel writer and editor. He is currently Editor at Large for National Geographic Travel.
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Poems From Paris
Legendary travel writer Don George explores the magic of Paris in a pair of poems written decades apart….
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National Geographic has called Don George “a legendary travel writer and editor.” Don has been Travel Editor at the San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle, founder and editor of Salon.com’s Wanderlust travel site, and Global Travel Editor for Lonely Planet. He is currently Editor at Large for National Geographic Travel.
Don’s best essays and articles from 40 years of travel writing have been collected in the award-winning anthology “The Way of Wanderlust: The Best Travel Writing of Don George,” published by Travelers Tales. Don is also the author of the bestselling travel writing guide in the world, “How to Be a Travel Writer,” published by Lonely Planet. Don has edited twelve acclaimed literary travel anthologies, including “An Innocent Abroad,” “Better Than Fiction,” and “The Kindness of Strangers.”
In addition to writing and editing, Don is a tour leader and lecturer for National Geographic Expeditions and GeoEx; he also teaches writing workshops, speaks on campuses and at conferences, and consults with travel brands around the globe. Don is co-founder and chairman of the acclaimed Book Passage Travel Writers & Photographers Conference, now in its 29th year.
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