While not all of our travel memories are happy, these free creative writing prompts can hopefully make them productive. Feel free to use any of them to create some writing in the form at the bottom of the page. Who were you with, where did you travel to, what were some of the sights that you saw? Write down every detail and pose a hypothetical trip with the same people if you went back today.
Creative Writing Prompts About Traveling If anyone reading this knows any of the co-founders of LitBridge, then you would probably know that we love to travel!
Traveling is one of our main hobbies and something we look forward to doing a few times a year. I personally love traveling nationally and around the globe.
Traveling also helps improve and inspire writing. Working to have a world perspective may help you write more accurately about your own experiences at home. Please use these creative writing prompts to inspire amazing work about your own traveling experiences. Poetry Creative Writing Prompts 1.
Write a poem about a place that really resonated with you while you were traveling. Perhaps this was a small town where everyone was friendly or a large city where you saw poverty, violence, amazing museums and wonderful nightclubs. Write a poem about some of the oddest cultural differences you have observed while traveling.
Please note that odd does not need to have a negative connotation. Anything different is worth noting. Write a poem about some of your most memorable experiences while in a transit.
This can include experiences on a bus, subway, train, airplane or in a car. Write a poem about a specific scene that really sticks out to you while you were traveling.
Think hard about the many details of that scene. Write a poem about a very moving experience you have ever seen or experienced while traveling. Write a poem about a place you have never been but would like to go to. Write a poem about what you think that place might be like.
On the off chance, that you end up going, write a poem about the differences between your expectations and the reality of being there. Write a poem about an experience where you missed a flight.
Alternatively, you can write about an experience where you missed something that was really pivotal and completely ruined your trip or lengthened it out.
Write a poem about an experience where you lost something while traveling or had something stolen. Write a poem about the best experiences you had trying new exotic foods while traveling.
Have you ever worked, volunteered or studied abroad? If so write about moments of that experience or the decision making process of taking that trip.
Write a poem about when a trip was ruined.
Examples might include having your passport stolen, injuring yourself while abroad, finding out your significant other cheated on you while traveling or forgetting you need to get a visa to enter a country and ultimately missing the trip.
Write a story about how people perceived you while traveling.Description We are currently seeking Creative Writing Interns. Interns will write blogs, develop social content/posts for a wide range of our schools, and edit/proof read other writing projects from fellow interns.
Once the time travel creative writing stories are written, teach about an additional technique of good writing: descriptive phrases.
Have them incorporate descriptive phrases (such as similes or metaphors) in at least 3 places in their story to help it come alive. The Traveler is a student creative arts magazine produced annually by the English and Art Departments of Glendale Community College since These stories, poems, creative non-fiction and artwork are created by GCC’s multi-talented student body.
Writing Away: A Creative Guide to Awakening the Journal-Writing Traveler (Travelers' Tales) [Lavinia Spalding] on grupobittia.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Two major trends have recently swept the travel world: the first, an overwhelming desire (thanks to Elizabeth Gilbert’s bestseller/5(38).
This traveler’s notebook size art journal can be combined with other printables from the Creative Artistry Traveler’s Notebook series to make a complete “Creative Artistry” traveler’s journal that can be used for all your creative art journaling, writing and note-taking.
In this engaging creative writing workbook, Linda Lappin, novelist, poet, and travel writer, presents a series of insightful exercises to help writers of all genres -- (literary travel writing, memoir, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction) discover imagery and inspiration in the places they love.5/5(5).