News about a Constitutional Congress, BCATW Directory Site, BCATW YouTube Channel, and the July Meetup, as well as Media and Industry Member News.
A wrap up of our June Meetup, A Fam and Photowalk in New West, and an intro to the July Meetup, as well as a special announcement for a FAM in Washington State.
Congratulations to the winners of the BCATW 2015 Blog Contest! 1st Place- Christina Newberry, 2nd Place – Baila Lazarus. Well done!
New symposium video on the new BCATW Youtube Channel and a Meetup by Michael Rubin: How to Shoot Travel Videos using your Smart Phone
BCATW Association News: call for comments re: altering our constitution to include bloggers; June BCATW Meetup details; and BCATW Member News
Recap of the BCATW 2015 Symposium, rules for our symposium blog contest, news of our May Meetup, plus media and industry member news.
With the BCATW 2015 Symposium just one week away, the organization has announced the members of its industry panel. Their discussion will focus on future trends and challenges for writers covering the Ecotourism sector.
There are a few events that I will venture out for on such a sodden night and one of these was the BCATW Meetup – EAT MY WORDS: An Evening with Eric Pateman.
BCATW 2015 symposium updates, our Twitter contest, a pitch critique by editors, welcome to new industry members, as well as media member news.
New guidelines allow travel bloggers to qualify as full members in BCATW if their blog is 75% related to travel and is monetized
The BCATW has announced more speakers for its annual symposium, Ecotourism: Tread Softly, Write with Impact on April 18.
Details about our upcoming symposium, Ecotourism: Tread Softly, Write with Impact; our next Meetup, Eat My Words, at Edible Canada and member news
Photographer David Smith will speak at BCATW 2015: Ecotourism – Tread Softly, Write with Impact
Travelteerism is a boutique tour operator that couples luxury travel with life-changing volunteer opportunities.
The keynote speaker of the BCATW 2015 Symposium will be author Jack Christie, one of Canada’s most trusted sources on travel, recreation and sport.
Come and share your travel adventures in a travel writing workshop. Learn how to turn your travel blogs into marketable articles, creative non-fiction stories, or travel memoirs. The workshop includes some 10 minute timed writings as well as writing instruction and critiquing.
February’s BCATW Buzz has news about our 2015 Symposium, February and March Meetups as well as media member news