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Travel Tales in the Press

On a recent visit to Portland, Oregon, The Conium Review’s editors James Gapinski and Uma Sankaram sat down to talk with me about Travel Tales and the current transformation it’s undergoing.  To learn more about the magazine and what we’re looking for in submissions, listen to the podcast below.


The podcast is also available in the iTunes Store, where you can download it for free and subscribe to The Conium Review’s podcast series.

For further details on submission requirements, please read our earlier post:  Calling All Travel Writers.  We look forward to reading your submissions!



Have a great travel story of your own that you think others would enjoy reading?

…then maybe you should consider submitting it to Travel Tales!   Travel Tales is currently being transformed from a blog into an e-zine (with a quarterly pdf version as well as an annual collection of the best stories published in print form) that features travel stories from people all over the world.  We are always looking for talented storytellers, regardless of their publishing experience. In addition, we are looking for guest bloggers, photographers and a guest editors.

Submissions should be no more than 2,000 words in length and fit into one or more of the following categories: expat living, first trip abroad, outdoor adventure, luxury travel, romance/love, friendship, bridging cultural gaps, wisdom of the road, healing, spiritual awakenings, self-discovery and travel debacles.

Please submit all work to submission(at)travel-tales(dot)com – Please note that the parentheses within the email address are to prevent spammers.  Submissions deadline: October 1st 2012.  Should you wish to apply for guest editor or blogger position, please inquire by emailing us at the above address.  We look forward to hearing from you!

(Message to all writers and photographers:  We believe that writers and photographers should retain the rights to their work, therefore we only ask non-exclusive rights to publish your work.)