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Tom Brosnahan is a veteran guidebook author, travel writer and photographer, and consultant on travel information to companies and government agencies.



Tom has written over 40 guidebooks for Berlitz, Frommer's and Lonely Planet covering Belize, Canada, Egypt, England, France, Guatemala, Israel, Mexico, Morocco, New England, Tunisia and Turkey, with nearly four million copies in print worldwide in more than 10 languages. He's also written a memoir about Turkey, travel, and travel writing: Turkey: Bright Sun, Strong Tea., published by Travel Info Exchange, Inc.

He has been a Contributing Editor to Arthur Frommer's Budget Travel magazine, and has had many articles and photographs published in leading periodicals including Travel and Leisure, The New York Times, the Daily Telegraph (London), Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News, BBC World, Journeys, Odyssey, Travel Life, and TWA Ambassador.

He is the founder of Travel Info Exchange, Inc., the company that develops such websites as:

Tom has appeared on numerous television and radio programs, including ABC's Good Morning America, NPR's Talk of the Nation, Anthem, The Connection, and on the Travel Channel; and has lectured at the Smithsonian Institution, the Cooper-Hewitt National Museum of Design, the American Turkish Council, and other organizations.

He is a member of the Society of American Travel Writers and a co-founder and faculty member emeritus of the SATW Institute for Travel Writing and Photography, where he specialized in website design, and business and contract issues.



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 Tom Brosnahan

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