IFWTWA is the organization of choice for food, wine, and travel writers

The International Food Wine and Travel Writers Association creates programs and services to enhance professional development and facilitate networking while creating a marketplace for destinations, brands, and media professionals to collaborate. We strive to meet the dynamic needs of our writers’ community making a lasting impact on the careers of our members.

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Sunrise Camel Ride in Wadi Rum by Rose Palmer

IFWTWA is the organization of choice for food, wine, and travel writers

The International Food Wine and Travel Writers Association creates programs and services to enhance professional development and facilitate networking while creating a marketplace for destinations, brands, and media professionals to collaborate. We strive to meet the dynamic needs of our writers’ community making a lasting impact on the careers of our members.

IFWTWA Conference 2024 in Finger Lakes New York
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IFWTWA 2024 Conference

September 8 – 11 for IFWTWA’s 2024 Professional Development Conference in Corning – Finger Lakes, NY.

Members Spotlight of the Month

Dennis Cieri

Destination Gettysburg

Elsa Dixon

Plate of Fried Green Tomatoes

FWT Article of the Month

Nancy Monson

The Best Fried Green Tomatoes I’ve Ever Tasted Are In Greenville, South Carolina
by Nancy Monson

Excellence in Journalism

Congrats, Michael Hodgson!

Michael took first place for his excellent article, Running With the Wind – The Wild Horses of Shackleford Banks.

IFWTWA celebrates all of its 2022 award winners!

2022 Excellence in Journalism Award Winner Michael Hodgson
Sunrise Camel Ride in Wadi Rum by Rose Palmer
Sunrise Camel Ride in Wadi Rum by Rose Palmer

Upcoming Webinar

Arboretum in Yakima Valley

Wine Share With the Yakima Valley

May 22, 2024, 5 PM Pacific

As the Yakima Valley’s viticulture has matured over the last four decades, our winemakers are some of the most respected in the Northwest. Home to more than 90 wineries and five American Viticulture Areas (AVA’s) in just 70 short miles, the Yakima Valley contains more than 17,000 acres of producing vineyards. Come and learn about intensely flavored, balanced, and complex wines and much more from the Yakima Valley.

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