Monthly Archives: November 2007

NUS Writers Connect Session

A post on behalf of the NUS Writers Connect:

Are you an aspiring poet, playwright or prose writer who does some
writing on the side?
Have you been wondering how to get your work out into the open, but are
worried about how it will be received?
Or are you just looking for a community to share in something you are
passionate about?

If your answer to any of these questions are yes, then come join us at
the second session of NUS Writers Connect!

Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2007.
Time: 7pm – 9pm.
Venue: The Earshot Café, The Arts House, Old Parliament Lane.
Price: Free!

Each session aims to provide a safe and positive environment for
budding writers to receive feedback on their writing, as well as give
feedback to others on their writing. All you have to do is bring
yourself and about six (6) copies of the work you would like to
workshop to each session.

And don’t be shy – ask your friends along, ‘cos this is going to be as
big as you want it to be.

See you there!

(For more information about the event, please visit their Facebook Event
Listing
or e-mail Laremy
.)

Submissions for Argot (Issue #2)

Dear friends,

we are now seeking submissions for the second issue of Argot; original poems, short stories, reviews and articles are all welcome.

Please send your submissions to argotmagazine(at)gmail.com. Submissions for the second issue of Argot will close on the 15th of April, 2008. For more information, please visit our section on the Argot Magazine.

We take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy productive mugging period for the exams!