A couple of years ago we put together a post on 16 Travel and Expat Blogs That Want to Interview You. Beginning with our own site we proceeded down a list of websites with interview features, each connected to one above and below by their roles as both interviewee, then interviewer.
I’m not going to do that this time because it did my head in trying to find the combinations and a number of perfectly good websites were left out because they didn’t fit into the formula.
I will however start with our site again and mention that we always welcome new subjects for the interview features we do. Whether you are an expat living abroad, are working overseas or about to head off on your around the world journey, we would like to hear from you.
If you do an interview feature and I’ve missed you out please tell us more about it in the comments below. If I get enough perhaps I will do another follow up in the future.
Below are the 33 travel and expat blogs that want to interview you:
Twenty Years Hence
Stephenie’s twice-monthly interview series Chewing the Fat talks to travellers and expats about all things food. There are a few standard stock questions that everyone gets and three or four questions tailored to the interviewee that are specific to his or her particular food interests.
Chewing the Fat with Expat Edna!
Don’t Stop Living
Jonny Blair’s World Travellers series is a well established feature on his site and asks around a dozen set questions.
Matthew Karsten keeps up an amusing set of junkie themed questions for his Confessions of a Travel Addict series.
A Couple Travelers
Dave and Vicky have been very proactive in answering interview questions on other sites but they also take their turn in asking the questions.
Flip Nomad sure has met a lot of nomads since he started his blog. He has interviewed well over a hundred of us since he popped his first questions to Gary Arndt back in 2010.
Backpacks and Bunkbeds
The interviews on Neil’s wee travel blog delves into his subject’s background, talks travel, gets random and ends with a shameless plug.
A World to Travel
A World to Travel’s On the Road interview series features people making a living, studying, volunteering or with another project going on while travelling. Subjects so far have featured bloggers (of course), house sitters and freelancers.
Mindful Travel by Sara
Sara asks her questions and provides a full complement of social media links to the site of her interviewee.
Oh Hey World
Shannon O’Donnell puts on her interview hat for the blog of this social travel website. The Interviews tend to consist of five questions.
Santa Fe Travelers
Billie Frank and Steve Collins have been on the road together, one way or another, for over 37 years. Once a week or two they quiz a travel blogger.
The Travel Tester
Nienke Krook’s interview angle is our past. She has asked over 50 travel bloggers and other travel addicts about their most memorable childhood travel memory.
Don’t Ever Look Back
They do a #rtwsoon interview, we do an #rtwsoon interview. Hmm, I thought – then decided to zip it once I noticed they had thought of the idea way before us.
Writers from the My Destination network have put their questions to dozens of travel bloggers so far.
Ralf Potts has been firing questions at travellers since 2010.
In between trying to visit every Hard Rock Cafe in the world Nathan ‘Wez’ Brown spends his Tuesdays chatting up travellers.
A fairly new site combining travel with fashion, only one interview has been conducted so far.
This site for young global travel culture put well researched questions to young and stylish travellers, and Will Peach.
Speaking of Will, this one of his blogs is dedicated to profiling and highlighting travel bloggers from all over the world via the medium of interviews.
A Dangerous Business
Every Thursday, A Dangerous Business shines the spotlight on a world nomad, travel blogger, armchair adventurer, or just someone really cool in the travel world.
1000 Places to Fight Before You Die
Every so often a traveling couple are asked to reveal their travel ideas, challenges and their best fights.
EuroTribe features travel photography, travel advice and tips on European destinations, and every few months they do an interview.
Mike Welch’s interview series fires ten questions in the direction of Today’s Traveler.
Travel Fashion Girl
As befitting this guide to practical and stylish travel gear, the questions asked here revolve mostly around clothes, accessories and luggage.
It has been a while since they have done one but Global Goose have put questions to over a dozen of their fellow travellers.
Tripping is a travel site for searching, comparing and booking holiday and short tern rentals. Aside from the obligatory travel bloggers, musicians, volunteer program managers and rental hosts have all answered questions here.
This bi lingual site (in English and Spanish) asks five questions.
Interview with digital nomads, lifestyle designers, expat and long term travellers are a big part of JetSetCitizen.
Every week, Trekity interviews a woman traveller who has volunteered, moved abroad, inspired others or done something else related to travel.
Travel Blog Academy
TBA’s video interview series aims to solicit tips from successful travel bloggers.
Travel With Kevin and Ruth
Kevin and Ruth have been blogging since 2007 and are pretty prolific with their output. Their interview series began more recently, in May 2013, and so far has focused mostly on travel bloggers in the RV niche.
News Bagpack Traveller
Ingrid and Daniel are a Spanish couple that blog in English. Interviews focus on passing on tips to new writers.
The Ritesim people have an active social media presence and use their blog to put questions to digital nomads and long term travellers.
These purveyors of luxury holidays have their own blog and pose a regular set of questions to travel bloggers. The websites of the interviewees are given at the top of each piece, social media links at the bottom.
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