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Official Site Sponsors: Take your advertising to the next level. If your product is the right fit for Somewhere Or Bust’s readers, contact me about being an official site sponsor. We’ll work together to create a multi-platform advertising package.


Press Trips: If you need an experienced travel writer and photographer, we can put together a press trip that will feature content on Somewhere Or Bust, social media, and many other publications.


Speaking: I speak on the following topics: travel, writing, gap-year adventures, education, surfing, blogging, storytelling, and accessing the sensitive stories of survivors of genocide. As a speaker, I’ve helped organizations like Birthright Israel raise funds, and I’ve spoken at universities and at events like New York Travel Fest.


Other Options: Banner advertisements and sponsored reviews.


Freelance Assignments:  I welcome all pitches. Not only do I blog about travel, but I’ve written featured articles for major publications on everything from surf rage to the repatriation of art stolen during the Holocaust. My writing has been featured in the Boston Globe, SlateMiami Herald, Washington Post, (1, 2) The New Republic, Afar, Chicago Sun-Times, Salon, BBC Travel (1, 2), Islands Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Jerusalem PostPhiladelphia InquirerGadling, the Economist, the Economist again, Travel Agent Magazine, Luxury Travel Advisor, Writer’s Digest, Narratively, the in-flight magazines for Virgin, Thai Airways, and Insel Air, Long Island Pulse, Tablet Magazine, JTA, the Times of Israel, Cape Cod Times, Chicago MagazineTikkun, Snowboard Magazine, SUP the Magazine (1, 2), France Today, Eastern Surf Magazine, Roads and KingdomsUnited to End Genocide, Draft Magazine, Beer Advocate, SevenFifty Daily, All About Beer Magazine (1, 2, 3), the Smart Set, Wild Junket Magazine, Oh Baby MagazineTrip Advisor’s Insights Blog, and elsewhere. I also wrote a travel column for The Faster Times. I am the author of A World Erased: A Grandson’s Search for His Family’s Holocaust Secrets.


Press for Noah Lederman and Somewhere Or Bust


Travel Film Credits:

The Lion of Judah: Award-winning documentary


Guest Posts:

Beers and Beans: Eating insects in Thailand

Y Travel Blog: The Slow Boat to Luang Prabang

Traveling Canucks: This Motorbike is Not My Air-Conditioned Van?!

Extra Pack of Peanuts: 71 Travel Experts Explain why your excuse for not traveling is BS

Viator Blog: The Best of Tahoe and Things to do in St. Barth

Cheapflights: The Best of NYC

TBEX: The value of attending a bloggers conference

Roam Right: Babymooning Adventures

Art of Adventuring: Sport Fishing in Florida

Go See Write: Getting Off the Beaten Path in Cambodia

Khmerican: Children’s Games in Cambodia

Traveling Panties: Destination Weddings



The Daily Travel Podcast: We talk about Cambodia, the Holocaust, and what inspired me to start traveling.

The Unmistakeable Creative: A conversation about the Holocaust, Cambodia, and accessing sensitive stories.

Wandering Educators: A Q&A about my book Traveling the Cambodian Genocide

Voice of America: Appeared on Daybreak Asia to talk about Traveling the Cambodian Genocide

BBC Travel: Interviewed for Forms of Identification

Amateur Traveler Podcast: Spoke to Chris Christensen about Cambodia

No Place To Be

The BBC’s program, World Have Your Say

The Lazy Travelers


Who’s Talking About Me:

101 Holidays: Best Travel Blog Posts in September

Huffington Post: The Most Baffling Photos from 14 Top Travel Bloggers

Suzy Guese: Suzy Stumbles Over Travel

Our Oyster: Nominated for Capture the Colour

The Travel Tart: Funny Photos

Gypsy Nester: Runner-up in the Crazy Travel Photo Contest

The Departure Board: Picture the World–Cambodia

Stars on the Ceiling: Round the World Wrap-Up

AppNewser: My book, Misadventures in Southeast Asia, is the book of the day

Traveling Panties: 25 Things About Me

Books and Pals: Review of Traveling the Cambodian Genocide

Flipkey: Top 20 New York City-Based Travel Bloggers