Sue Bedford sets out with her friend Sara for a year-long, RTW, laidback backpacking trip...and like most travellers gets more than she bargains for!
How do travellers turn great journeys into great books? After two decades of travel writing, Ryan Murdock gets (surprisingly) opposite advice from a few of the industry's greats.
A special year-end showcase of a few of the top travel stories published by Outpost this year.
Who's joining Outpost's ranks as a travel columnist? We're excited to finally announce our winners!
Being a paid travel writer is a pretty common dream. Nowadays, that dream usually starts with a blog. Here's how to get yours off the ground.
Travel Book Review: It’s Only the Himalayas and Other Tales of Miscalculation from an Overconfident Backpacker
"Bedford brings a fresh voice to travel writing, one that is funny, observant, and original. Give this book to anyone thinking of doing their first trip, and to anyone who needs to get out there again."
"Travel occurs as much within your head as it does beneath your feet, and great travel literature captures these reflections."
Every traveller comes back with great stories; not every traveller knows how to tell them. If you think you could be the world’s next great roaming writer, keep these tips in mind.
It’d been my life goal to become an author ever since I yanked that crayon out of my nose and declared a life goal. Growing up, I spent untold hours writing in my bedroom—initially fantastical stories anthropom...