2023 August Featured Journalist of the Month: Liz Mays

I’m a Midwest girl gone southern and the editor of Get Lost In The USA and Eat Move Make. Before founding my two websites, I studied travel and tourism and worked as a travel agent, and my passion for travel has only grown since then. Today I travel the U.S., uncovering its hidden gems and […]

2023 July Featured Journalist of the Month: Ken Budd

Growth. Purpose. Exploration. Love. These are key themes in my work, especially my award-winning memoir The Voluntourist (William Morrow). The book shares my adventures as a volunteer in six countries and my search for meaning as I cope with my father’s death and attempt to live a life that matters. In 2020, my Washington Post […]

2023 July Featured Journalist of the Month: Nancy Wigston

A graduate of the University of Toronto with a PhD in English literature, I taught English Lit and Creative Writing at the Toronto French School, followed by a stint teaching Literary Travel at UofT’s School of Continuing Education. An experienced writer with expertise in travel writing, profiles, book reviewing, medical, historical, and social issues, in […]

2023 June Featured Journalist of the Month: Bob Nesoff

NATJA’s founder and first president is an award-winning journalist with some 40 awards to his name as a reporter for two major daily newspapers. His first travel article was on the diversion of water for Niagara Falls to the Canadian side to study the American Falls. There was a photo of him standing at the […]

2023 May Featured Organization of the Month: Visit Finger Lakes

There are many reasons to visit the Finger Lakes – gorgeous lakes, wine and culinary highlights, exceptional hiking and biking, sports in our great outdoors, and of course, our family-friendly atmosphere. Five of New York’s Finger Lakes provide the setting for a little laidback luxury getaway in lake country. First, we are known for our […]

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