Inkwater Press author Dave Fox, author of such volumes as Getting Lost and Globejotting, is offering an online class to allow everyone to write as humorously as he does.
Dave Fox, author of Globejotting: How to Write Extraordinary Travel Journals (and still have time to enjoy your trip!), was featured on the public radio show “Travel with Rick Steves.”
Two Inkwater Press authors were featured on Erik Hastings’ The Travel Show
this month. The weekly radio show airs Sundays on WABC News Talk Radio.
Seattle fans of Dave Fox will have a chance to take a class taught by the well-known author at 7 pm on May 14 in REI’s Flagship Store.
Our hometown Portland is notorious for one weather phenomenon: rain, and lots of it. Portlanders know two seasons: wet and less wet. So when white flakes of frozen rain (AKA snow) fall here, we get excited. It must really be winter if ice and snow cover the roads, right? That’s a completely new season for us!
Are you a budding travel writer? Do you dream of seeing your name in National Geographic bi-lines? Or would you just like to learn how to write travel journals that beautifully reflect your most extraordinary travel experiences? If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider taking Dave Fox’s class on how to write amazing travel journals.
Inkwater Press and Dave Fox are proud to announce that Margaret Hopkins of Brookfield, Illinois is the winner of the Getting Lost Travel Contest.
At noon on November 1 Dave Fox will present a free class on travel journaling at the Rick Steves travel center at 130 Fourth Avenue in Edmonds, Washington.
Madison’s Isthmus newspaper recently featured an interview with Inkwater Press author Dave Fox in their Daily Page online edition. Mr. Fox answered questions on his upcoming October 19th appearance at the Wisconsin Book Festival.