Cynthia Dial is the author of non-fiction book entitled Teach Yourself Travel Writing, which is published by Hodder Headline Plc., London, England, and has worldwide distribution. U.S. distributor is McGraw-Hill Companies. Book is in its second printing. Freelance travel writer/photographer. Outlets include national and international newspapers and magazines such as TIME Asia, TIME Europe, Shape, Fit, Fit Yoga, Radisson International’s Voyageur, the exclusive regional (Southern California’s Orange County) Orange Coast, the Wellness File and author of a monthly column, Shopping Trips for the Toronto Star newspaper (Canada’s largest daily). Contributing editor for Imagine Travel, the e-zine for www.tnnworld.com. Columnist and contributor to World Golfer and Travelling Golfer, U.K. magazines. Contributing editor for Coastal Communications (Corporate & Incentive Travel, Insurance Meetings Management and Insurance Meetings & Incentives magazines) from 1993 to 2001. Responsibility included approximately 24 annual travel-related articles. Former San Diego correspondent for TravelAge West magazine, the unofficial “bible” to the nation’s travel agents.
Cynthia Dial says that she write the book Teach Yourself Travel Writing to simplify the process for aspiring travel writers, noting the essential steps to take and pointing out possible pitfalls. Her goal was to give readers the tools necessary to put their travel experiences on paper and sell them.
Radio Shows featuring Cynthia Dial
This broadcast is a favorite legacy show that we produced under our old name Travel'n On and before re-branding as WORLD FOOTPRINTS.This week, Craig Kennedy, co-founder of Access Anything, a nationally recognized leader in adaptive sports and adventure travel for people with disabilities, will join the show to talk about … Read moreNorth America Accessible Adventure Sports
Join World Footprints as hosts Tonya and Ian explore the world of silence, the power of perfume and a new Burma.Imagine living for 17 years under a personal vow of silence. Our first guest, National Geographic author John Francis, did just that. After witnessing the devastating effects of the 1971 … Read moreThe World Insights