Travelers’ Tales Wins Lowell Thomas Awards

Two Travelers’ Tales books won honors in the prestigious Lowell Thomas Awards sponsored by the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. 100 Places Every Woman Should Go by Stephanie Elizondo Griest took the Gold Award for Best Travel Book of the Year. The Best Travel Writing 2007 edited by James and Sean O’Reilly and me took the Bronze in the same category. Read what the judges said about these two fine books.

One Response to Travelers’ Tales Wins Lowell Thomas Awards

  1. Darrin October 16, 2007 at 10:53 pm #

    Congratulations on scoring the gold and bronze! You put together a sweet 2007 Best Travel Writing comp. I can’t seem to forget Maciej Ceglowski’s “Argentina on Two Steaks a Day” and Paul Theroux’s piece on being a sex slave.

    In such great company, I’m honored and flattered to take the silver medal for my book Is There a Hole in the Boat? Tales of Travel in Panama without a Car.

    Any word on a deadline for submissions for Travelers’ Tales 30 Days in Panama?

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