Writing with Heart
A blog about writing confidently and living adventurously
Brad Wetzler, author, journalist, award-winning editor, book writing coach, and yoga/mindfulness teacher, discusses how to structure your memoir or nonfiction book.
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Brad Wetzler is an author, journalist, editor, and book writing coach. His articles and essays have appeared in the New York Times, GQ, National Geographic, Newsweek, Wired, Men's Journal, Travel + Leisure, George, Best American Travel Writing, and Outside, where he was a senior editor and contributing editor. His book, Real Mosquitoes Don't Eat Meat, was a collection of columns he wrote for Outside. He lives in Boulder, Colorado, where, in addition to writing and coaching writers, he teaches yoga.