Do you dream of literary success?
Do you want to improve your blog, get a story published, or write that bestseller that is bursting to break free?
Are you looking to improve your writing? Break into the travel industry and land assignments that send you to far reaches of the globe?
Do you wish you had access to teachers and experts who could help you?
There’s a storyteller inside all of us.
The trick is getting it out.
There’s an art to putting your story on paper.
And, like any art, it’s one that can be learned – and improved on.
Becoming a good writer takes practice and, most importantly, a good teacher.
When you are traveling, living in a small town, or have limited funds, getting the help you need can be difficult. I know. I’ve been there. When I started out I looked high and low for a course that would help me improve my writing while I traveled.
I never found one.
But what if you could get a college writing course for a tenth of the price – with personalized feedback from a college professor?
What if you could learn from the best – anywhere in the world and whenever your schedule allowed?
GET YOUR OWN PRIVATE MENTOR
WE’VE PARTNERED WITH AWARD-WINNING TRAVEL WRITER DAVID FARLEY, author of An Irreverent Curiosity, host for National Geographic, and professor at Columbia and New York University to teach an in-depth course on the nuts and bolts of travel writing.
David is considered one of the top travel writers in the country. He’s hosted a National Geographic Channel show, and his work has appeared in the New York Times, National Geographic Traveler, Travel + Leisure, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, AFAR, and countless other publications.
Through video lectures, interviews with successful travel writers and editors, detailed examples of edited stories, graphics, real-world examples, and writing assignments, you’ll get the course David teaches at NYU and Columbia University — with added information for online writing — at your fingertips (and without the cost).
From crafting a story to self-editing, improving your grammar, writing a book proposal, coming up with ideas, creating narrative arcs, and pitching editors, our course covers everything you need to know to succeed as a writer – and even includes templates for pitching editors and David’s actual book proposal.