Altman is not in New York or Eastern Long Island, you’ll likely
find him roaming any corner of the world. A self proclaimed
Jack-of-all-trades on the cusp of thirtydom, his experience runs from
writing to consulting, photography, tortilla manufacturing, and organic
farming. Currently on assignment in Brazil, he has been soaking in the
sights, sounds, and smells of Bahia.
The quest to experience and capture magic through the ear or
camera lens will continue to inspire his feet and pen as long as world
cultures remain alive.
- Nick Anis is a computer and
technology writer, author of 24 books who also writes about travel, food & wine,
entertainment, skiing and family recreation. His articles can be found in Ziff-Davis,
Microtimes, The Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Travel Watch, TravelGram, and
Restaurant-Row. among others. He is responsible for the Restaurant Row Ethnic Dining
Guide, co-published by the Long Beach Press Telegram. Nick is a member of the Computer
Press Association, The International Food Wine, and Travel Writers Association
(IFW&TWA), and the North American Ski Journalists Assn. (NASJA).
- Nick can be reached at NickAnis@travel-watch.com,
Phone: 909-860-6914, Fax: 909-396-0014.
- Richard Asaro
Having spent 34 years in the Coast Guard
and moving over a dozen time, he
knows something about travel. Having
gotten food poisoning in Hong Kong, Singapore, Honolulu, New York and Los
Angeles, he also knows something about what restaurants to avoid, as well
as those to attend ... and how to deal with food poisoning.
Having retired in 1998 and enjoying travel, he knows something
about doing so economically. To say he’s an expert in any of this is wildly optimistic.
Between military cruises, business trips and recreational travel,
he’s visited Europe, Africa, North and South America (Alaska and
Canada), Asia and Oceania. He
enjoys fine wine and fine food, but his only work is voluntary at the
Mariners Museum and Jamestown Settlement, both in the Tidewater area of
Virginia. Consequently, most
of his dining is in medium priced restaurants, with an occasional foray
into the American Burger Palaces. He
travels about four months a year, including weeklong bicycling tours
wherein quantity has the edge over cuisine.
You can reach Richard at: email@example.com (Richard Asaro)
- Jim Bennett
Jim Bennett is a Food, Wine and Travel writer and photographer who
also covers the ski beat.
|Will Biggins is an internationally known
photographer based in Boston Massachusetts. His subjects range from Maine lobster,
high profile celebrities, obscure village peasants, and historic buildings, to
breathtaking outdoor scenes. Will's photos are considered to be among the best in
- Eve Carr
Laurence Civil is a Food, Travel & Lifestyle writer based in Bangkok Thailand. Born in Kent in south of England, he started his working life in the UK's airline industry in 1976. This allowed him to indulge his passion for travel. In the early eighties, returning from a trip to the newly opened China, he started to write about his travel experiences.
He first worked in the media of local radio in the UK before moving on to write articles for magazines in the Middle & Far East. His work has been published in Emirates In-Flight Magazine, Dubai Airport Magazine, Peninsula and Angkor - the In-flight Magazine of Royal Air Cambodge. For Laurence travel is a sensory experience. He enjoys exploring the tastes, feel, sounds and smell of the destination as well the physical characteristic. Currently he is contributing to
Thailand Tatler, Bangkok Metro, Living in Thailand and Millionaire Magazine.
Over the past few years there has been a meteoric growth in Thailand's Spa industry making it one of the planets top spa destination. In keeping with his philosophy of sensory travel, Laurence has been traveling the Kingdom to discover the unique qualities of each of them as they open. He is now in love with spas and has compiled a comprehensive review of the industry.
To contact Laurence Phone/Fax (66-2) 260-9912, mobile (66-1) 310-9789,
firstname.lastname@example.org and at http://www.laurencecivil.com
holds a degree in marine biology from Texas A&M. He has tried to
take advantage of what he describes as "the adventurous lifestyle
of a researcher." From braving 50-foot swells in the Bering Sea to
analyzing tiny critters in the depths of the Sea of Cortez, his travels
have just begun. An avid backpacker and outdoor enthusiast, he has
trekked through India’s northern states on a shoestring budget and
floated the maze of rivers in Ecuador’s Amazon Basin.
While living in Arizona, Mark divided his time
between carpentry and working as a diver in the Gulf of California. Now
he spends his time in the Pacific Northwest, drinking lots of coffee,
kayaking the Puget Sound, and exploring Washington and British
Columbia’s numerous ski resorts for that perfect run.
Rosemary Freskos has been writing
about snow sports for 20-plus years. She has contributed to several Fodor's Travel Books
including chapters for the "Fodors California", "Fodors Great American
Sports & Adventure Vacations" and "Fodors North American Skiing" books.
She has written a variety of articles for "Las Vegas Life" magazine. A past president of North American Ski Journalists Assoc., and current board
member of that organization. Rosemary resides in the great state of Texas
and the best residential airpark and flys her Cessna to off-beat destinations and hide-aways best reached by private planes.
Myrna Katz Frommer and Harvey Frommer are a wife and
husband team who successfully bridge the worlds of
popular culture and traditional scholarship. Co-authors
of the critically acclaimed interactive oral histories
It Happened in the Catskills, It Happened in
Brooklyn, Growing Up Jewish in America, It Happened on
Broadway, It Happened in Manhattan and It Happened in
Miami , they preach what they practice as
professors at Dartmouth College.
As travel writers and food critics, they have
published hundreds of articles in newspapers, magazines,
and on the Internet. Their interest in the intermingling
of past and present in Jewish communities around the
world has led to a body of work whose locales range from
New Delhi to Istanbul to Sicily.
Accomplished and charismatic public speakers, the
Frommers have appeared before live audiences and on the
media throughout the United States lecturing on their
books and travel experiences.
Harvey Frommer is an acclaimed sports journalist and
historian, the author of 43 books on sports including
the autobiographies of legends like Nolan Ryan, Tony
Dorsett, and Red Holzman. He also authored the highly
notable sports oral histories Remembering Yankee
Stadium, Remembering Fenway Park and When
It Was Just a Game: Remembering the First Super Bowl.
Katz Frommer is a poet and contributor to such
publications as The Forward, Ha'aretz, The New York
Times, and The Encyclopedia of Jewish Women.
Contact info for the
Frommer and Jeff Schock
||Jennifer Frommer & Jeff Schock are a wife and husband team specializing in
Caribbean/Mexican travel and cuisine from a multimedia perspective. Frommer is
a marketing executive for one of America's leading teen magazines and former
Vice President of Entertainment at Sony Music. Schock is a writer and
television producer who creates entertainment programming for networks such as MTV, HBO,
& the Disney Channel. Frommer and Schock are currently at work on an in-depth
feature on the influence of music on Cuban culture.
- Susan G.
Susan G. Sharp-Anderson
was Born in Hawaii, and has lived in many places,
including the East and West Coast of the US, Switzerland and the
Caribbean. Susan loves to travel.
She has traveled by legs, horse, car, bus, train, plane,
freighter, and cruise ship. Writing
about her travels and experiences has also been a pastime for her. She
has three children and three grandchildren, all of whom keep her
traveling to all parts of the United States for visits.
Susan lives in both St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands and Williamsport,
Pennsylvania. She is a
general dentist and forensic odontologist, helping out coroners and
law enforcement officials with cases requiring dental analysis.
She is also the Manager for her family run corporation.
As a member of DMORT (Disaster Mortuary Operational Response
Team), she is on call to assist with victim identifications in mass
disasters, such as airline mishaps and terrorist bombings.
Gerloff and Esrin Gozukizil are a husband and wife team specializing
in world travel and fine dining. Jon
is a writer currently working on his second novel.
Esrin works in television development for a major production
|Freelance Writer, Olivier
Gibbons is a contract attorney in New York City. He formerly worked
as a longtime news reporter in both newspapers and television. His first
job after graduating from University of Virginia in 1987, was with The
Palm Beach Post as a staff writer. In 1990 he moved to Rochester, NY.,
where he wrote for the Democrat and Chronicle. He took a year's absence
of leave to become a Kiplinger Fellow at The Ohio State University,
where he earned a Master's Degree in journalism in 1994. Mr. Gibbons
returned to Rochester to work as an on-air reporter at a local TV
station there. While working he attended law school at State University
at Buffalo Law School, obtaining his Juris Doctor in 1999. A year later
Mr. Gibbons returned to the New York City-area, where he grew up. Mr.
Gibbons has always enjoyed traveling, especially to the Caribbean. He
has a daughter and is engaged to be married this fall. (Oct. 2002).
- Dan Gifford
is a freelance writer living in Arlington, Virginia. Recent articles of
his have appeared in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and AntiqueWeek. Dan is
also the Park Expert for VacationCoach.com, where thousands of subscribers
can access his advice for visiting national, state, and city parks around the
world. Dan is also the founder of the Parkscapes Travel Program offered by the
National Parks Conservation Association. Parkscapes is the nation's only
non-profit travel program dedicated solely to showcasing our national park
Bob Goligoski, a ski and
travel writer based in Sunnyvale, CA, has covered the ski industry for
more than 25 years. He formerly was a ski columnist for the St. Paul
Dispatch and the San Jose Mercury News and also has written stories for
Ski Magazine, Ski Area Management, Ambassador, California Journal,
Kirkwood Times and the Palo Alto Times Tribune. He was a reporter with
Knight-Ridder Newspapers and several trade publications for 22 years.
Goligoski, an avid skier, has skied
at more than 90 resorts in the United States and Europe. His most recent
ski explorations have taken him to England, France, Switzerland, Spain and
|Mark Glass is a
Mark Glass is a freelance writer and broadcaster, based in St. Louis, covering travel, entertainment and professional sports for his readers
and listeners.. For the last fifteen years, he's written and broadcast features on
travel, entertainment and sports, while maintaining his law practice in the St. Louis
He's written a weekly Arts, Entertainment and Leisure newspaper column;
he's produced and hosted "Faraway Places" - a weekly call-in travel program for
several area radio stations, and contributed to numerous publications, locally and
elsewhere, including The Chicago Tribune, Dallas Lifestyles and the Nashville Business
|His travel and entertainment features have aired on
National Public Radio's "The Savvy Traveler", and a
on the Sun Radio Network. He is a director (and past vice-president) of the International
Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association.
Arnie Greenberg is a retired professor and freelance
writer. He spent 37 years lecturing in Montreal schools as a History
Dep’t Head followed by 25 years at Vanier College’s Department of
He holds degrees & certificates
from Macdonald College, Concordia University and McGill University. As
head of the award winning Canadian Studies Dep’t. ( for one term) and
also head of Environmental Studies, he taught and wrote mostly about
modern Europe. His main topic of research was Paris in the Twenties,
especially the circle of writers and artists in the Gertrude Stein
circle like Hemingway, Picasso, Cezanne and Sherwood Anderson and many
other expatriates who changed art and literature after WWI.
While teaching, he wrote and
produced over 1200 television shows for the Canadian Broadcasting
System, mostly for young people. He has also written many novels, texts
and two plays. GODDY: A PLAY is about Gertrude and Hemingway and was
staged in the 90s at the Wilhelma Theater in Stuttgart. He also wrote
PICASSO: THE MAN WHO PAINTED HELL.
For the past 15 years he has
operated a tour company and has taken groups to France, many times,
Italy, Sicily, Greece and the islands, Turkey, Hungary, Austria, the
Czech Republic, Russia twice India, Thailand and China twice.
After a farewell tour of India
and France this past year, Arnie has decided to devote his time to
writing for travel journals about the places he’s been to with tours and
on his own. Every year he visits and researches another country with his
wife. She too is a retired educator. This year they will specialize in
Other writing credits include
Double Deception about a Picasso painting of Gertrude Stein and A Man of
Taste about a missing De Vinci drawing in France, where the artist died.
(THESE TWO NOVELS ARE AVAIABLE FOR READERS, FREE OF CHARGE). Write to
email@example.com for the web site number where they can be seen.)
Living in Canada gives Arnie a
special view of the world from a vast and beautiful country, blessed
with four distinctive seasons. He has a special understanding of the
relationship between Canada, The United States and Europe or Asia.
He spent his formative years and
22 adult years in the Laurentian Mountains beside a pristine,
trout-filled lake. He now lives in Montreal.
Arnie’s position in the
Humanities Dep’t. fed his need to be eclectic. He has appeared in eight
productions of Gilbert and Sullivan operettas and spends his spare time
painting and working on black and white ink drawings of European
He and his wife, Dana, have three
grown children in Montreal, Vancouver (a granddaughter was recently
added) and London England.
His current writing project “The
Conundrum”, concerns a modern day “sleuth” solving a mystery in Montreal
during the years of upheaval after 1970.
He latest project is a personal
web site that features different holiday suggestions every few weeks. It
tells the reader, where to go, when to go and how to go. Look for it at
a Swedish freelance journalist. She have ten years of experience in
journalistic full time work on daily papers in Sweden. She has written
some articles for American magazines, but most of my works are sold to
various Swedish magazines and papers. She would however like to write for
more English speaking medias, as she really does love the English
language. Monica is also experienced in photographing and considers
herself a reporting photographer as well as a writer. Monica takes
digital pictures and has found this kind of media easy to handle and
flexible to work with. Her writing is engaging interesting, and
covers everything from skiing in the snowy mountains to hot political news
etc. Monica lives in a poorly populated area (Herjedalen) where tourism is
the biggest income source. (In Herjedalen there is one square kilometer of
land per citizen.)
|Duff Gyr is
a writer, biologist, and educator with eighteen years of experience living in and exploring Europe.
He is " coming out of a closet of writing for a tight circle of close friends and enemies;
working on writing that rings true." Duff''s professional publications include
essays in the International Schools Journal and environmental work for The
World Wide Fund for Nature. He is working as well on articles and creative
non-fiction for adventure, travel, and lifestyle magazines and also has projects
for fiction. (More about the writer.)
|Dr. Greg Hampikian is
a food, wine, and travel writer. Dr. Hampikian is an Associate Professor Genetics, Clayton State, Playwright, Poet, Essayist, Sex-educator, Forensic science teacher.
He has appeared on 20/20, Good Morning America, Fox News Atlanta. Written for The Atlanta
Journal and Constitution, Hartford Courant, Nature, Georgia Journal.
You can reach
Dr. Hampikian at: firstname.lastname@example.org (Dr. Greg Hampikian)
|Ron Hodges is Executive Director of the International Food Wine and
Travel Writers Association and Co-Publisher of Restaurant Row Magazine and Restaurant-Row
You can reach Ron Hodges at email@example.com (Ron Hodges).
|A Food, Wine and Travel writer, Jamieson Haverkampf lives in San Francisco.
A recent escapee from the East Coast, she takes full advantage of her new
travel opportunities close and far from home. Scouring Parisian fleas, Back roads
biking trips in Holland, the California Wine Country and Maine, to driving an RV
for a week in the south island of New Zealand - she enjoys it all. Back home in
California she illustrates and contributes regularly to various travel/ nightlife
|R Sky Kogachi understands contemporary styles. He holds degrees in
Architecture, East Asian Languages and Culture, and Industrial Design from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, Waseda
University in Tokyo, Cambridge University in England, and Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Besides practicing architecture,
interior, furniture and graphic design, he also writes food, wine and travel articles, as well as poetry and short fiction. Sky draws the
large picture from the small details, through hawk eyes, heavy research, and active contemplation. His professional core is balanced
with his personal passions - swimming, rock climbing, snow skiing, cooking, nutrition and protecting the environment. Sky walks the
earth; this is his home.
|Belkis Kambach is a travel writer whose addiction to adventure and love of animals has sent her exploring the more off-beat paths around the globe. Pursuing dolphins, manatees, sharks and whales around the globe have become her silent obsession.
As a Travel Writer she regularly contributes to thirty-five publications with a combined circulation of several million readers. She is the Travel Editor of FINLAND-USA in Helsinki, Greenline, Contemporary Bride of New York and
Cruise-letter.com. Her credits include Epicurean, Toronto's Globe and the Mail, France Today, Naturally, Attitudes & Latitudes The Resident, Care City, Caribbean and Cruise travel, GORP, New Traveler, Tropical Fish Hobbyist, Reptiles & Amphibian Hobbyist. Her works have also appeared in The Tico Times, and International Living,Travel World International.
Member: The World Federation of Travel Writers (FIJET) . The Switzerland Travel Writers & Journalists Club (STW) . International Council of the World Organization of the Periodical Presse (OMPP) .North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA) . and East-West News Bureau (EWNB). Belkis can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org , or through her Web page, at
is a food wine and travel writer.
writes to finance a travel habit. From the backroads and hamlets of her home province of Alberta, to the caverns and canyons of Utah, she's traveled extensively through Western Canada and the United States. She's tramped
through New Zealand; climbed volcanoes near Mexico City and Antigua, Guatemala; slept in a stone hut at 11,000 ft. in Costa Rica and
snorkeled off the coast of Belize. An avid outdoors person, she enjoys canoeing, backpacking, backcountry skiing and bicycling. Her work has been published in a variety of print and online markets including Reader’s Digest, Canadian Living, Western People, DogGone, Western Parent, and Traveling
|After completing a degree in Anthropology at the University
of Edinburgh and traveling extensively across Africa, Asia and the Middle East
Emma Lewis settled down working for a publishing house in London. The travel
bug loomed again and she set off with her boyfriend in tow to live in Singapore, and explore the surrounding region.
Emma's great hobby is food, she equally enjoys cooking and having food cooked for
her in restaurants and she has taken a number of cooking courses to help her on my way.
is a freelance travel and lifestyles writer based in London. Born in Hong
Kong, his family moved to London when he was three. After graduating from
Cambridge University with a degree in physics, Martin worked initially in
financial services and capital markets, advising on corporate transactions
including mergers and acquisitions, new issues, stock market fund raisings
and privatisations. During this time Martin wrote and published a number
of book and magazine articles on the London capital markets and
international privatisation programmes.
Since giving up capital markets to concentrate on
writing, Martin has focused on travel and lifestyles subjects. He writes
on food, wine and travel for Travel Watch. He also regularly contributes
articles to International Living, the 20-year old flagship travel
publication of Agora Publishing which has over 100,000 subscribers around
the world. He also occasionally contributes articles to Overseas Digest, a
lifestyles newsletter serving American expatriates.
Writing subjects have been diverse, ranging from
London’s best cookery schools to the unique teaching methods of one of
the most effective ski teachers in the French Alps. Travel subjects of
greatest interest have included hideaway destinations, adventure trips and
|About the Author: Sam Margolis is a former Peace Corps worker who settled in Hungary after meeting a young lady who makes bridal clothes. She has her own bridal shop in Budapest, whereas he is a journalist, or more importantly President and CCM (chief coffee maker) of Chortler.com
|Marie Jensen A. Mariano wrote a great deal during her high school years. She would write poems, short stories and feature articles. She would also write essays for the school paper. In her college days, Marie stopped writing for a while because she focused on her studies. Her first job was teaching in a private school for girls. Part of her job was to advise or counsel the students regularly on how to deal with problems and with other aspects of life. She would likewise do the same with parents, though her meetings with the parents have not been as frequent as her meetings with the students. Marie has learned much in those three years and she plans to write a lot about her work. She took up writing again and submitted articles to local newspapers. Marie also takes time to write letters to editors or to managers of certain companies to comment on something that is of a concern to her.
|Rebecca Orczeck has traveled extensively for several years. A Pennsylvania-based food and travel writer, she has written for lifestyle publications including Brazil Magazine and Europe’s CitiWiz Wireless. Recently she has become editor of Food World, an international cuisine newsletter. She can be reached at
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thomas Neal is a third year
student at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan pursuing a
degree in Spanish and International Relations with an emphasis on global
transformations. Applying the knowledge he gained while living and
traveling in the United States, Europe, and Africa he has returned to the
US and taken up travel writing. Thomas possesses significant knowledge as
it pertains to Spanish culture and tourism. In 2004 he completed a
medieval pilgrimage in the north of Spain called the “Camino de Santiago”
(St. James Way). The route begins in the Pyrenees Mountains between
France and Spain and culminates in the Galician city of Santiago, some
800km from the starting point. Thomas currently leads informational
sessions related to his journey and assists those that plan to undertake
the pilgrimage as well.
Thomas loves adventure and living
on the edge. Whenever he has a break from his studies you will most likely
find Thomas searching out the freshest powder he can get his skis on or
water skiing and playing tennis. Thomas’ true passion lies in downhill
snow skiing and he quickly takes on any opportunity he has to write on US
Thomas can be reached at
|Kenneth Menkveld tours the West - often on a tandem bicycle with his
friend Michele - enjoying with her their knack for discovering great eating places where
many travelers would least expect them. He tells about them in his restaurant review
column, "Unexpected Gems."
||Studying linguistics is not only invaluable in navigating our increasingly complex information society, but an intellectual and academic pursuit that has fascinated me for as long as I can remember. The choice of studying linguistics is an interest born from the fact that when you have studied five languages (I have studied Spanish and French in addition to Arabic and English and Italian that is my mother tongue), you begin to become curious about "the secret rules", the logic that exists beyond the grammar that governs the structure of a language.
From that moment my work experience has been focused on free lance translations from English or Arabic to Italian. Thanks to an internship offered by the Italian newspaper "Internazionale" in Spring 2000, I had the chance to publish two newspaper articles translated from Arabic to Italian.
And yet, in spite of my past accomplishments, I now believe that the final step in my linguistic development is the Masters in "Journalism and Mass Communication" which I am currently pursuing at the American University in Cairo.
- Daniel Pryden
|Daniel Pryden is a professional writer from northern California, frequenting the lush valleys of the Sonoma and Napa county wine country and the rugged expanse of Lake and Mendocino counties.
In addition to covering these areas, Daniel specializes in the technology of travel - from
cell phones to power outlets, from GPS to foreign Internet connections - how to stay in touch with family, friends, or colleagues.
With experience as a computer hardware and software technician and as a technical writer, Daniel's forte is technology. But his talent is his ability to explain technology clearly and easily, showing not only what it is, but also why it matters.
- Christine Roberts
Roberts has been a freelance travel writer and an active, accredited public relations
consultant during the past 25 years during which she has visited and written articles on some 155 countries.
Hobbies include photography, wildlife viewing (especially birds and bears!), hiking, gardening, painting, and of course,
about this writer.)
She is a member of the International Public Relations Association, the
International Food Wine and Travel Writers Association, The Guild of Travel and Tourism, The Traveler's Century Club, the Association of Women
Travel Executives and IFWTO, among others.
Her articles have appeared in a variety of inflight magazines, in the travel pages for
medical leisure and motorist publications, daily and weekend newspapers, features
in glossy women's and other specialized magazines as well as a plethora of local South African and international travel
publications and a host of women's glossy created internet travel sites.
|Johanna Roughley is a
Sydney-based journalist. She has worked at several community newspapers as
well a newspaper association magazine as a journalist and marketer. Besides
travel, her interests include reading, films, surfing the Internet and walking
along coast where she lives. Johanna has a Bachelor of Arts (Communication
Studies) from the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia with a major in
Sheila Rosenberg, Ph.D.,
spent 35 years in Adult Education and Adult Literacy Education as a
trainer, professor, administrator, instructor, and consultant. She has
been a technical writer in her field for 25 years publishing in numerous
workforce development, adult learning, and human resource development
journals and periodicals. Traveling is her favorite hobby and past time!
She has enjoyed traveling since graduating from college when she lived
and worked in South Korea and South Vietnam for two years. She has also
traveled throughout the US and to Mexico, France, Germany, Japan, Hong
Kong, England, Puerto Rico, and Aruba. Sheila resides in Austin, Texas
where she now devotes more time as a semi-retired individual to her
travels, travel writing and grandchildren! As a freelance travel writer
she specializes in writing about the history and cultural aspects of a
travel location including its foods, activities, music, and arts. She
now is a freelance travel writer who specializes in writing about the
history and cultural aspects of a travel location.
up in San Francisco on a houseboat, child of jazz-bohemian sculptor parents.
After being a teenage anarchist, she went to UC Berkeley, where she worked
as a go-go dancer, an alternative radio DJ, and studied social sciences and
art history. After finishing a
law degree at Harvard, she worked as a corporate attorney and then trashed
the American dream by eloping to Germany.
She spent two years drinking beer, seeing opera, and skiing in
obscure Alpine locations before embarking on a mad journey across the globe.
She has published widely in academic and law journals.
Her travel writing has appeared in both newspapers and websites.
"The LIVEWIRE" for Travel
Watch. Former President of the International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association, and created the national writers conference, "The Days of Wine &
She is a travel and entertainment reporter living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Linda-Marie Singer's bylines appear in magazines, newspapers, and online. Current travel and entertainment articles have been published in "Marie Claire" and in The Financial Times of London.
She has written for King Features Syndication where she covered national stories on prominent personalities from Diane Sawyer and Danielle Steel to Barbara Taylor Bradford and now Senator Dianne
Linda-Marie's biography of Elizabeth Taylor can be found on amazon.com, and her stories on both travel and show business can be found in travel-watch.com, travelspots.com, hotspots.com., and now on her website:
|she has also been read in the Reader's Digest, Los Angeles Times
Syndicate, San Francisco Magazine, Dublin Times (Ireland), Let's Live! health magazine,
Northern California Jewish Bulletin, Contra Costa Times, Golf Illustrated, Bay Views, and
Gateway to the Bay Area.
On the World Wide Web, Linda-Marie is Travel Editor of "ChipNet" electronic
magazine, and has contributed to "TravelAssist" and OMIX.
Currently, she is Entertainment Editor for the Martinez News-Gazette in the Bay Area. With
America Online she is the "Travel Maven" and heads up the Travel Cafe.
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|Kellie K. Speed is a freelance travel writer and restaurant reviewer. Her features
have been published in various publications including The Boston Globe, Cahners
Industrial Distribution and Graphic Arts Monthly magazines and Reno Air Approach.
has reviewed numerous first-class hotels and travel destinations, including Hawaii,
California, Arizona, Bermuda and Mexico, to name a few. She has also traveled
internationally to Ireland, England, France, Germany, Belgium and the Czech Republic. Next
year, she is planning a trip to Tahiti.
Since she is from Massachusetts, she will be providing reviews of local restaurants
If you would like to email Kellie any suggestions or comments, please do so at
(Kellie K. Speed).
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|Frances Spiegel was born in Bushey, Hertfordshire, UK, and has made London,
England, her home where she lives with her husband and children. Frances is
a full-time writer and a member of The Association of Freelance Writers.
Frances has written "Ride the Rocket - Toronto Enabled" - a book about
Toronto that examines the city's tourist attractions, its history and
architecture from the disabled perspective. Frances also writes travel
features, crime fiction, autobiographical short stories, and historical
theme pieces. Other interests include architecture and history, music and
|Kurt Steinbach is a computer
consultant and travel writer. His travels have taken him to some of the most remote places
on the globe. He has survived exotic and sometimes primitive foods, blinding sandstorms,
malaria and a revolution or two. Kurt can be reached at
Mourad Teyeb holds degrees in
English and Literature, Educational Psychology, and Computer Science.
Fluent in English, French, Arabic, German, and Italian. Mourad's, Mourad
trained with the African Center for the Training and with Recycling of
Journalists, Tunisian Papers and Magazines. In additional to journalism,
Mourad has also had travel agent tour operating training.
|Mourad's writing journalism experience includes working for Afrique
Economique, Observateur, Reuters (Tunis Office), BBC World Service, (Tunis Office),
Travel Trade Gazette" (TTG): English Travel and Tourism Magazine Edited by Miller Freeman, London,
TourismeInfo, Tunis, Radio Tataouine, Tunisia, Al Bayan,a Lebanese monthly for banking and insurance and transport,
and other outlets.
||Michael Webb is an internationally known expert on relationships and romance and
an avid traveler. He is editor of The RoMANtic Newsletter: Hundreds of Tips for Fun &
Creative Romance which has nearly 10,000 subscribers around the world and has been praised
in hundreds of publications from Family Circle to the Washington Post. His bi-weekly The
RoMANtic syndicated column is circulated in over 50 publications with a readership in
excess of 5 million people.
Michael Webb is the author of the best-seller, The RoMANtic's Guide: Hundreds of Creative Tips for a Lifetime of Love. For thousands of romantic ideas,
call 888-4ROMANTIC or visit www.TheRomantic.com.
Dexter Wolfe is a professional freelance writer / photographer and has written numerous travel, personality profile and historic features for magazines. He has been published in Country Living,
MotorHome, Kentucky Monthly, Back Home in Kentucky, Highways, Farm Journal and Over The Back Fence magazines. He has written for the Portsmouth Daily Times, Ashland Daily Independent and the Scioto Voice newspapers. He has attended and written for travel press tours. He writes a monthly Internet column on celebrities for Suite101 for the past two years and holds a B.S. in Chemistry.
Bianca Wright is a freelance travel writer from South Africa. She enjoys
exciting travel experiences and favors European destinations at the moment.
Her passions include good food and good entertainment, be it theatre, dance
or theme park amusements.
Bianca's writing has appeared in a variety of magazines and Web sites in
the US, South Africa and the UK including Cosmopolitan, Wedding Solutions,
Brides and Homes and ComputorEdge. She loves to travel to multiple destinations with her husband of one year, Keith.