Larry Bleiberg

Larry Bleiberg

Veteran travel writer Larry Bleiberg has served on a Pulitzer Prize team, is an eight-time Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award winner, and was honored for editing the best newspaper travel section in North America. The President-elect of the Society of American Travel Writers, he has written for USA Today, Better Homes & Gardens, the Los Angeles Times, BBC, Delta Sky, Afar, Westways, Southbound, CNN, and many others. He has been writing about travel for more than 25 years. He helped produce several National Geographic books, and created CivilRightsTravel.com. He's a former editor with Coastal Living magazine, and Travel Editor of The Dallas Morning News. He has lived in Louisville, Kentucky; Vancouver, Canada; Dallas; and Birmingham, Alabama, and now resides in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Most Recent Works

Visit the Historic Places Where John Lewis Made Good Trouble

Visit the Historic Places Where John Lewis Made Good Trouble

The world has revisited the horror of Bloody Sunday, when Lewis and others were attacked on a voting rights march to Montgomery. Even more than a half-century later, you can sense their bravery in the grainy footage. But the feeling is all the more powerful in person.
Visit the Historic Places Where John Lewis Made Good Trouble

Visit the Historic Places Where John Lewis Made Good Trouble

The world has revisited the horror of Bloody Sunday, when Lewis and others were attacked on a voting rights march to Montgomery. Even more than a half-century later, you can sense their bravery in the grainy footage. But the feeling is all the more powerful in person.