On the anniversary of its publication, we sat down with the author of Minarets in the Mountains to discuss what a year it’s been.
The Edward Stanford Outstanding Contribution to Travel Writing Award is one of the most prestigious of its kind.
Over the last 15 months we’ve taken the opportunity to commission a raft of books that we might not usually have been able to prioritise.
“The gunman gets into my car. He’s in the passenger seat now. The barrel is pressed against my temple. This is it.”
From crystal-clear lagoons in Southeast Asia to cavernous cenotes in Central America.
Some of Britain’s most famous works of literature – from the tales of Chaucer to the creations of Enid Blyton – can be traced to one small area of the country: the Chilterns and Thames Valley.
Travel-writing trainer Jonathan Lorie recommends the titles on his bookshelf which transport readers to unfamiliar lands, and advises how the aspiring travel writer can do the same.
Jonathan Lorie hand-picks titles that vividly imagine the atmosphere of a destination.
These isolated islands are a haven for wildlife.
The perfect antidote to help soothe your itchy feet.
Bradt Guides staff offer their tips on navigating the ever-changing publishing landscape, and introduce our contract publishing imprint, Journey Books.
Jonathan Lorie continues with his delve into the classic travel books on his shelf.
Jonathan Lorie picks those classic travel books that are full of relatable tales.
Travel-writing expert Jonathan Lorie shares some more of his favourite travel books.
Jonathan Lorie shares some of his favourite travel literature from his very own bookshelf.