September 16, 2016

September Edition: With My Duvel in My Hand

by Meredith Bethune
food & travel writer
September 2016

What I've Written
I composed a wine lover's guide to Seattle for Fodor's
Here's my art-centric weekend guide to Oslo, Norway for New York Magazine.

BONUS: I was also interviewed on my friend Denise's Bossy Podcast! I'm too scared to listen to it so please reassure me that I don't sound like a fool. 
Where I've been/Where I'm going
At times I never thought it would actually happen, but Dustin and I made it to our new home Belgium! I'm also leaving for Portugal this weekend and also going to Italy during the next few weeks.
Catch me in person:
I'll be back in the U.S. to speak on a panel entitled "Close to Home: The Beginner's Practical Guide to Travel Writing" at BinderCon in New York City. It's happening Saturday, October 29. Get tickets here

What I'm reading:
Tote bags aren't actually so great for the environment, either.
Britney Spears is stuck in another era AND just stop it, Justin Timberlake.
We're not ready for a Paul Qui redemption story yet. 
From "pickup artist" to pariah. 
Why hotels give you shoe horns but not toothpaste
How to fabricate a National Food Day
Vice's horrible treatment of freelancers. 
The slow death of Seattle's teriyaki scene
Bon Appetit's pho-gate really made me crave some pho. 
Links for writers:
Making it work as a freelance writer.
How travel writers make money. 
Use Twitter to be a better reporter
What I'm listening to:
I'm loving the Kill Fee podcast by freelance journalist Jason Fagone. He talks with reporters, editors, fact-checkers, news curators, and producers about how to navigate this crazy and often opaque industry. 

Hit "reply" to tell me what you like or don't like about this newsletter. Let me know if you'd like me to write about something else. Or, maybe even pass it on to a friend. 

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