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Travel Writing Tips: Don George on Self Editing

I sat down with Don George, editor at large at “National Geographic Traveler” magazine and author of “Lonely Planet Guide to Travel Writing,” and asked him to don (no pun intended) his editor’s cap and dispense some pearls of wisdom about what budding travel writers can do to make their work sing. This is what he had to say.

Tuareg Style

Author and National Geographic Traveler writer Donovan Webster reports from a recent visit to Niger, where he attended the annual Tuareg Festival. Read his first post here. With a sartorial tradition that stretches back far before people began recording such things, the Tuaregs of North Africa (an arm of the berbers) still dress both for…