Lee Foster presents here for consumers and for editorial buyers more than 500 of his award-winning destination travel write-ups, plus photos or slide shows of his extensive travel photo collection. This home site is at https://www.fostertravel.com.
The entire travel photo selection can best be seen on his dedicated photo-selling site on PhotoShelter at
Consumers are invited to enjoy the articles and Lee’s blog, which presents a timely post or article update once a week. The blog is at:
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These write-ups earned for Lee Foster one of the highest awards in travel journalism. He was named Lowell Thomas Travel Journalist of the Year, Silver Winner, by the Society of American Travel Writers Foundation. He has also won eight other individual Lowell Thomas awards for this content. Lee has published many of these articles in major magazines/newspapers.
In addition, BATW (Bay Area Travel Writers) presented Lee with its special award, the Rebecca Bruns Award, to honor “Outstanding Achievement.”
Lee now has 18 books/ebooks on his Amazon Author Page.
The most recent books/ebooks are:
Northern California History Travel Adventures: 35 Suggested Trips. This book is a celebration of some of the best travel experiences in Northern California.
An Author’s Perspective on Independent Publishing: Why Self-Publishing May Be Your Best Option, about the “independent publishing” movement, with advice for potential authors;
Minnesota Boy: Growing Up in Mid-America, Mid-20th Century, the re-publishing of Lee’s earlier literary memoir, Just 25 Cents and Three Wheaties Boxtops;
Northern California Travel: The Best Options, a detailed travel guidebook, now available as a printed book, ebook, and as an ebook or printed book in Chinese (from Fiberead).
Travels in an American Imagination: The Spiritual Geography of Our Time, Lee’s literary book, with an essay and a photo on 25 of his worldwide destination experiences. The book suggests Lee’s conviction that we live in a time that is both the most wondrous and the most horrific in human history. This book is available in multiple ways, meaning a printed book, ebook, audiobook, and as an ebook in a Chinese translation (from Fiberead).
Lee Foster Short Bio Summary:
Lee Foster grew up in Minnesota, went to Notre Dame, and then proceeded to Stanford for his graduate work in literature. There he decided to pursue a life of creating his own books, rather than an academic professorial path of books about books and teaching the gifted young. Lee has published 18 books of fiction, non-fiction, travel. See them all on Lee’s Amazon Author Page. Lee offers travel writing/photography to consumers and to content buyers (for licensing) on more than 500 worldwide subjects on his website, and is a specialist on his home territory of Northern California. Lee lives in Berkeley, CA, and has been a publishing innovator. He was one of the first to embrace the Online, then the Internet, and finally the App world. Lee has summarized part of his earlier record in an article, Moments in the Electronic Publishing Revolution: A Participant’s Journey.
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