Everyone can be a travel writer, but not everyone knows it! With a little practice, your snapshots, postcards, tweets, and scribbled notes can be crafted into a unique story — and in this one-of-a-kind workshop, you'll learn the secrets that travel writers swear by to turn those creative sparks into narrative arcs.
Join Charlotte Austin, Seattle native, adventure/travel writer and Mountain Guide, to learn tricks of the trade, share secrets of the travel writing industry, and discover helpful hacks to craft your individual story. No experience is necessary; just bring an open mind, a laptop or pen or pencil and notebook, and your creative sense of curiosity. Whether you're brand-new to writing, interested in blogging, or want to pursue publication, you'll leave this workshop one step closer to meeting your goals.
Note: We hosted Charlotte in January for a three-hour adventure writing workshop, and the reaction was overwhelmingly positive — so we've decided to invite her back for more!
Over the course of this year, Charlotte will be leading a three-part series of writing workshops. Each workshop will be a unique three-hour evening event covering a different angle of travel/adventure writing, and they're always open to writers of experience levels. Whether or not you came to the first event, feel free to join us for this one (the second of three) — we promise there will be new lessons, stories, and inspiration.
OUR LAST EVENT SOLD OUT, SO NO TICKETS WERE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR. GET YOUR ADVANCE PURCHASE TICKET TO BE SURE THAT YOU SAVE A SPOT AT THIS WORKSHOP!
Charlotte's bio: Charlotte Austin is a Seattle-based adventure/travel writer and mountain guide. Her work has been published in Alpinist, Misadventures Magazine, Stay Wild, Seattle Magazine, Women's Adventure Magazine, Mountain Magazine, Seattle Met, and more. When she's not writing, Charlotte works for International Mountain Guides, where she leads climbing, mountaineering, and hiking expeditions around the world. She is also a Wilderness EMT, Leave No Trace trainer, and holds a Level 2 certification with the American Institute for Avalanche Training and Education.