Ryszard Kapuściński (1932-2007) was a Polish journalist and author who reported from countries in Africa, South America and Asia between 1956 and 1981. Selected travel-related works translated to English are shown below.
Charles Nicholl (1950-) is an English author specializing in works of history, biography, literary detection, and travel. His biographies (some of which are shown below), often have a travel writing feel to them. Nicholl is an Honorary Professor of English and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature.
Howard Marks (1945-2016) was a notorious Welsh marijuana and hash smuggler in the 1980's who served seven years in US prison. He was believed to have up to 43 different aliases, the most well-known of which became the title for his best-selling autobiography, Mr Nice. There is website about his life at http://howardmarks.name/.
Rolf Potts (1970-) is an American travel writing who has has appeared in globally recognised publications such as National Geographic Traveler, Outside, Salon.com, Slate.com and The Guardian. He is best know for his book, Vagabonding which has achieved almost cult-like status espousing the virtues and philosophy of long-term travel. His website is available at https://rolfpotts.com.
Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes (1944-) is a British soldier, explorer and author and extreme adventurer. The first person to visit both the North and South Poles via overland, Fiennes also scaled Everest at the age of 65. Peerless in his exploits, Fiennes' website can be found at www.ranulphfiennes.co.uk.
Tony Horwitz (1958-) is an American journalist and author who spent a decade overseas, mainly covering conflicts in Africa, the Middle East, and the Balkans for The Wall Street Journal. He won the the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting and has a website at http://tonyhorwitz.com/.
Lois Pryce (1973-) is a British-born author and journalist who writes travel books based on her solo motorcycle journeys. In 2018 she was shortlisted for the Wanderlust Adventure Travel Book of the Year for her book Revolutionary Ride. She has a website at www.loisontheloose.com.
Savannah Grace (1990-) is co-founder of the Twitter chat The Road Less Travelled (#TRLT) and is best known for her Sihpromatum travelogue series she wrote detailing her four years spent travelling with her family as a fourteen-year-old. She has a website at https://sihpromatum.com/.
Robyn Davidson (1950-) is an Australian writer who is best known for her memoir, Tracks, which details her 2,700 km camel journey across the Australian outback. She has a website at www.robyndavidson.com.au.
Tom Vater has written for travel guides and had articles published in a number of publications. He also is a written of crime fiction based in the Asia and is the author of a further non-fiction travelogue, also based in South East Asia. He has a website at www.tomvater.com.
Franz Wisner was born in America and is famous for having been dumped at the alter and turning this into a new travelling career. He has a website www.howtheworldmakeslove.com.
Susan Jane Gilman (1964-) is an American columnist, humourist and author of four books. She has a website at www.susanjanegilman.com/. Her only travel-related book is shown below.
Frank Kusy (1954-) is a British-born author of travel books and children stories. An aspiring Buddhist, he has a website at https://frankkusybooks.weebly.com/. Kusy's Travel Memoir Series is shown below in order of publication, rather than in chronological order.
Lauren Juliff is a British travel blogger writing at www.neverendingfootsteps.com. She has written one travel memoir detailing her early years as a digital nomad travelling the world.
Emily Barr is a British author who has written more than fourteen novels for adults and young adults, most of which could be categorised as "chick-lit" psychological thrillers. She has a website at www.emilybarr.com. A selection of her travel-related books are shown below.
Mark Mann is an English author and journalist who now resides in Australia. He has written two travel related books and has a website related to his sci-fi climate change book at http://www.thestonegate.net/.
Sue Bedford has moved on from a part-time waitress and is now a fully fledged author, having published her debut travelogue 12 days before his life goal deadline of 30 years of age and blogger for various publications. Her website is available at http://sbedford.ca.
Elizabeth Pisani (1964-) is an American-born journalist and epidemiologist known for her work on HIV/AIDS. As a journalist she has reported extensively from Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Kenya.
Wendy E. Simmons is an American photographer, blogger and author who has travelled to more than 85 countries. She writes extensively for Huffington Post as well as documenting her adventures via her blog at www.wendysimmons.com. She also has a dedicated blog for her book My Holiday in North Korea at www.myholidayinnorthkorea.com.
John Gimlette (1963-) is an English author and barrister who has also written articles for newspapers and magazines and contributed to travel programmes. He has travelled to more than 80 countries and his book, Wild Coast: Travels on South America's Untamed Edge, won the prestigious 2012 Dolman Best Travel Book Award. His website is available at www.johngimlette.com.