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Kristi Jalics

This will be a wonderful study for you, Britt-Arnhild. A great joy, I think, both the traveling and the writing. And remembering and sharing.

An early female travel writer I enjoy is Lady Mary Wortley Montagu. I have a very old copy of one of her books and treasure it.


This journey is going to be fun…thanks


This is going to be one workshop that you will really love!!! And, we, your readers are going to love it also as we travel along with you. Thanks.


I hadn't thought about more men writing travel books, I do love that you will break the mold and become a woman who loves to write about travel.

Jane Hansjergen

Well that is terrible about Lonely Planets bias towards men writers. I had always liked Lonely Planet, because they seemed to have a lot of good advice for women travelers, traveling alone. Phooey on them...you and I both know a lot of fabulous women writers. Two of my favorites continue to be the words of Agnes Newton Keith, and of Osa Johnson!!


Is it Mary Morris who wrote several travel books abt traveling in Mexico? Terrible that book has such a male slant. It needs to be revised with a woman's touch. Exciting adventure you are on.

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