Author Archives: Hannah Darling

Interview with Steve Scholl of White Cloud Press

Steve Scholl is the founder of White Cloud Press in Ashland, OR. H: When White Cloud was founded in 1993 did you know you wanted to publish in the genre of spiritual inspiration? S: Originally I wanted to publish books … Continue reading

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The History of Travel Writing: Research Paper Progress

When I first began my research for this paper, I realized I needed to define “Travel Writing.” The genre is also often referred to as “Travel Literature.” Travel writing certainly doesn’t have to be non-fiction, which was a sort of … Continue reading

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Editors– Finding the Words When You Can’t…Sometimes

A few of our guest speakers have explained the difficulties (and sometimes the benefits) of having an editor change their work. Lately, I’ve had some great experiences with editors– but I realize this probably isn’t a common occurrence. I am … Continue reading

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Travel Writing Workshop with Midge Raymond

Midge Raymond began her workshop on Travel Writing by stating that you do not have to go far to travel write. This may be a misconception preventing many people from documenting an adventure even 20 minutes away from home. “Places … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Travel Writing-Jennifer Margulis

After listening to guest speaker Jennifer Margulis’s presentation, I realized what a great opportunities freelance writing can bring about. Her experience of traveling to Niger to document the story of the giraffes for the Smithsonian was inspiring. There doesn’t seem … Continue reading

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