Monthly Archives: February 2012

Symbal: Launch of Literary Society’s First Online Magazine

http://symbal.zxq.net

“The sound must seem an echo to the sense,”
–Alexander Pope

Update: All-in! Young Writers Media Festival (FREE for NUS/NTU/SMU students!)

The Literary Society is once again working with the National Book Council for their annual Young Writers’ Seminar, this year revamped as the All-in! Young Writers Media Festival. Below is an extract from their website:

Come join us at the All In! Young Writers Media Festival and explore the creative and career opportunities for writers in the new media. If you are in a secondary school, Junior College, ITE, Polytechnic or enrolled in any tertiary institution or just a young person who aspires to be a writer or interested in some aspects of writing and publishing this is the Festival to attend.

We have various sessions on social media, e-book publishing and e-book stores, writing, transmedia and much, much more! The programme has been specially organised with you in mind.

This event is suitable for students age 16 and above.

For more details and registration information, please go to http://bit.ly/allin-ywf

With such an exciting line-up of talks, workshops and forums, we are sure this event will be a blast. We hope to see you there!

National Book Council has kindlymade it FREE if you’re a student from the tertiary institutions – NUS/NTU/SMU. To enjoy this offer, sign up by Thursday (February 16th) at this link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?pli=1&formkey=dGdEb0pRelZBSmt1c3BZRlpJa202ZUE6MQ#gid=0

Seats are limited! Sign up fast!

 

Evening Of Poetry & Music 2012 – Register Now!

It’s that time of the year again! The NUS Literary Society will be organizing the Evening of Poetry & Music 2012 and all are welcome to join us!

Date: 25 February 2012, Saturday
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Venue: Ngee Ann Kong Si Auditorium @ University Town, National University of Singapore (click to download map)

The EPM will feature distinguished literary figures from the local scene as well as musical performances from NUS music groups, including NUS Resonance (acapella). Highlights of the event will also be the prize presentation ceremony for the winners of the Creative Writing Competition 2011, and a reading by the winners. Refreshments will also be provided.

***Important Note:
Admission is free of charge. However, interested participants should register for the event by filling in this form. A confirmation e-mail will be sent to you, and it will serve as your ticket for admission into the venue.

If you have any inquiries regarding the event, do leave them in the comments section below or e-mail us at nusliterarysociety@gmail.com.

Do let your friends know about the EPM! We hope to see you there!