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Award-winning travel and personal finance editor and writer, Caribbean editor of Recommend magazine, executive editor of Tripatini.com, and dog lover. Follow me on Twitter at @EdWetschler.
Since escaping a corner office at Diversion Magazine (Hearst) in 2004, I've written and/or edited for...
- The New York Times
- Delta Sky magazine
- Caribbean Travel & Life
- Budget Travel
- Recommend (of course)
- Frommers, Gadling, Buckettripper, SmarterTravel.com, and other travel websites
- Personal finance and leisure publications for Wachovia, Wells Fargo, the Pennsylvania Tourism Office, Ford Motor Company...
I also write pro bono press releases for a nonprofit. I'm the ethics chair of SATW and former chair of the Northeast Chapter of the Society of American Travel Writers. Better at social media than anyone who's older, and older at social media than anyone who's better. My wife, indeterminate terrier and I govern Greenwich Village, NY.
A Long Weekend in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Luxury Travel: Amazing Eco-Lodges
Carlisle Bay, or... Where Do Actresses Cast as Scientists Go on Vacation?
Caribbean Trends that Are Here to Stay
6 Hot Spots to Visit While Europe is on Sale
St.-Barthelemy, Avec Amour
Stalking the Star-Spangled Banner (this story won the Silver in a 2013 SATW contest)
National Museum of American Jewish History (another award-winner)
New York City's Best Boutique Museums
150th Anniversary, Civil War: Is Gettysburg America's Most Tragic Little Town?
A Vine Mess
Best of Pittsburgh: 10 Great Things Behind the Steel Curtain
The Accidental Hurricane
How Much Money Do You Need to Be Happy?
Elk Rut: A Fight for Love and Glory
Retirement Plan Solutions: The Early Starter and the Late Starter
Best Resorts Near New York City
Greenbrier Bunker Tour: Cold War Shelter for V.I.P.s
Inside Egypt: The Mummy, the Pyramids, and Me
Chelsea Hotel: New York's Affordable and Arty Lodgings
How to Avoid Airline Baggage Fees
|Cover story for Advisor Life (Wachovia).
Delta Sky's Green Scene column.
Email EdEdits@gmail.com or call 646.753.0087.