Larry Bleiberg, a veteran journalist with magazine, newspaper, book, and blogging experience, brings professionalism and polish to travel and lifestyle coverage. He has served on a Pulitzer Prize team, is a seven-time Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award winner, and was honored for producing the best newspaper travel section in North America.

A regular contributor to USA Today, Better Homes and Gardens magazine, and The Los Angeles Times, he's also the co-author of The 100 Best Affordable Vacations (National Geographic, 2011), and served on teams that produced The World's Best Cities (National Geographic, 2014), Four Seasons of Travel (National Geographic, 2013), and The Unofficial Guide to Britain's Best Days Out (Wiley-VCH, 2011).

Larry's also the creator of the niche website Previously, he was a senior editor with Time Inc.'s Coastal Living and Travel Editor of The Dallas Morning News. He also worked in Vancouver, British Columbia; and Louisville, Kentucky.

Larry finds unique story ideas and unexpected angles. While on assignments, he consumed seven meals in one calorie-packed day with Roadfood experts Jane and Michael Stern, waded through an alligator-infested swamp on the trail of the rare ghost orchid, and compared luxury suites from Mauritius to Bangkok to New Orleans.

He has taught travel writing alongside such legendary authors as Isabel Allende, Jan Morris, Simon Winchester, and Tim Cahill. He has been published around the world, and his work has been cited in volumes as varied as The Everything Creative Writing Book, and The Dangerous World of Butterflies.

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