Travel Writing: Publish Your Stories

Do you travel a lot and collect tales along the way? This course will help turn your scribblings into stories to be published.

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Course Highlights

  • Master writing techniques to grip readers
  • Understand the differences between travel journaling and storytelling
  • Get more out of your travel experiences, and share them with others
  • Learn how to get your travel writing published in blogs, newspapers, magazines and books

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Travel Writing: Publish Your Stories

Dave Fox
Dave Fox, Course Teacher

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  • Share your new skill with employers, friends and colleagues
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Course Facts

Lectures30
LanguageEnglish
RequirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course
Eligible for NUS Student Discount CardYes

Course Teacher

Dave Fox

Vietnam correspondent for TTG Asia and freelances for a variety of other publications including the Straits Times of Singapore, and Singapore Airlines'

More Info

Are you a seasoned traveller, with a tale or two to tell? If so, this course will help turn your scribblings into stories to be shared and enjoyed. This is course is for anyone with itchy feet an interest in travel writing, and who wants to publish their stories.

Whether you’re blogger, interested in making money from your adventure or still at the note-taking stage, this course will help you the next step of your journey.

Writer and humorist, Dave Fox will help you to find and refine your voice as a writer. You will also learn the differences between journaling and storytelling, how to structure your story, and write with flare.

Whether you want to write for profit, or just for fun; these video-based lectures will give you the tools you need to write compelling stories. Sharpen your pencil, and make sure your readers make a return visit.

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