How to Become a Travel Writer

Carol M. Highsmith

If John Denver’s song “Leaving on a Jet Plane” constantly plays in your head, you may have been cursed by the travel bug and have even fantasized about getting paid to travel. Staying at 5-star luxury hotels, walking on white sand beaches in Tahiti … [Continue reading]

The Road from Writer to Publisher

New York Times Newsroom 1942 - Majory Collins

Words by Maryl Celiz Leaving the corporate media world and stepping out on your own is exciting for a writer. You get to write what you want. You make your own hours. You call the shots. You’re no longer the writer. You’re now The Publisher … [Continue reading]

What’s in Your Backpack?

Joseph McCarthy Speaking with Reporters

As a freelancer, the boundaries between your work and personal life are hazy at best. There are those late nights of working on breaking news; the cocktail party chats that turn into an interview, and later a story; and those vacations you need to … [Continue reading]

Mommy Writer: The Challenges of Working at Home While Raising Kids


Bbbbbbb bbbbbbb (gun shots), PKUUUH (bomb drop)! The sound effects keep on coming as the Star Wars battle rages on. This version stars hundreds of Legos and my 7-year-old’s imagination.In between air raids and bomb drops, I try and squeeze in a few … [Continue reading]

Welcome to the Conversation!

Hello and welcome to Ebyline's daily blog. I'm Drew Tewksbury, I will be steering the reigns of this blog. I will be curating your reading experience and hopefully starting conversations that are informative and helpful. Each day, we will keep … [Continue reading]