Katherine Sazdanoff is a freelance travel writer who explores Europe at every opportunity. To chronicle her wanderlust adventures, visit her website at KatherineSazdanoff.com.
Mattie John Bamman is a culinary-travel author and freelance writer focused on Italy, Croatia, Slovenia, South Africa, and Cascadia. He lives in Portland, Oregon, where he has coauthored 10 books on culinary travel and is a strong proponent of the local poetry scene. Catch up with him on his wine blog.
Marilyn McFarlane, a long-time world traveler, freelance writer, editor and author, has written several guidebooks and many articles for print and online media. To learn more about Marilyn and her travels, visit her website.
Jen Westmoreland Bouchard
A curious traveler, insatiable foodie, literary junkie, and international film and art aficionado, Jen Westmoreland Bouchard has traveled throughout Europe and written about her adventures for over a decade. She is the owner of Lucidité Writing, Inc.
Since her first visit to Europe, Andrea MacDonald has seized every opportunity to return. She has finally settled in lovely Valencia with her very own Spaniard, where she is learning that when life hands you lemons, you grab a Valencian orange too and make a sangria.
W. Ruth Kozak
Ruth has been a travel journalist for 35 years. She also writes historical fiction and her novel, “Shadow of the Lion” will be published in UK in two parts. Part 1 “Blood on the Moon” in August 2014 and Part 2 “The Fields of Hades” in 2016 Ruth also edits and publishes a travel e-zine Travel thru History.
Roy Stevenson is a professional freelance travel writer and photographer based in Seattle, Washington. Roy has lived in Belgium and visits Europe annually on multiple assignments. For samples of his travel articles, please go to www.Roy-Stevenson.com
Julie H. Ferguson
Julie H Ferguson is an author and freelance writer/photographer who is interested in the history and culture of foreign lands. Julie never leaves home without her cameras and voice recorder, always looking for the colour and sounds that captivate readers everywhere. Julie invites you to visit her travelog and website.
Anne Siders is a foot-path traveler who delights in the off-beat, the ancient, and the active. She travels for work and for pleasure, and for the opportunity to write and photograph it all.
Irene Butler is an award winning travel writer and author of “Trekking the Globe with Mostly Gentle Footsteps: Twelve Countries in Twelve Months” now on Amazon Kindle. She and her photographer husband Rick explore the world for six months of every year. Visit her website at: www.globaltrekkers.ca
Cam Hassard is an international penman, editor and musician. A Melbournian at heart, he has spent extended stints in Dublin, Ireland; the UK; Duluth, Minneapolis and New York City, USA, and currently calls Berlin home. You can follow him at www.camhassard.com
Paris Franz is a freelance journalist who is always interested in exploring Europe’s hidden corners. Based in London, she has had work published in a range of online and print publications, including The Independent, Wanderlust, The Lady and Travel Thru History.
Claudia Flisi is an award-winning writer based in Italy. She has two passports, two multicultural sons, one Italian husband (one is enough) and one travel-loving dog named Giada. You can read about Giada’s adventures in Crystal and Jade. For more information, visit her website Parole Anima.
Bram Reusen is a freelance travel writer, translator and photographer from Belgium who currently lives in Vermont, USA. Bram’s preferred ways of traveling and getting around are hiking, cycling and road tripping – you can follow his adventures at http://www.travel-experience-
Karin Leperi is a multi award-winning travel writer and photographer based in the land of terra cotta soils and turquoise skies – Albuquerque, New Mexico. With more than 1,500 articles published in over 100 outlets, Leperi is known for embracing the natural world while savoring the spirit of people and place. You can see her photos at:
Angela Eldering is a writer and translator based in the Netherlands. Even though she’s ticked off many places to visit in the world, she finds that her list of places to go just keeps getting longer! You can find out more about Angela at https://scribinghand.com