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Friday, February 15, 2008


Linda Grant has won several awards, most notably the Orange.

You wouldn't want to miss her masterclass that's being brought to Singapore by the British Council together with the NAC and the Arts House.

It's happening Tuesday, 26th Feb at the Arts House.

Call 6332 3919 or email to register.

And if the masterclass gets you going, make sure you make it for Writers Connect on Thursday, 28th Feb.

Also at the Arts House at 7pm, do bring 6-8 copies of a short piece of writing and spend an evening giving and receiving feedback. New and experienced writers welcome.

Call 9101 1844 or email Chris-Mooney Singh 9101 1844 if you need to know more:

They've given us some of us finest documentaries, now, Discovery Channel presents its magazine.

Discovery Channel Magazine is a bi-monthly magazine will hit the newsstands around the region on 22 February 2008. It will debut with an initial circulation of 100,000 primarily in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines. It will also be on sale in China, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. There are plans to roll out to other Asia-Pacific markets later in 2008.

Tom Keaveny, executive vice president and managing director, Discovery Networks Asia, says, "The Discovery Channel Magazine is a natural extension of our successful brand beyond TV and provides our viewers with the ability to take Discovery Channel everywhere they go. This partnership taps the synergies and strengths of both Discovery and Reader’s Digest – both have a long history of compelling story telling and quality content – and ultimately, the consumer will benefit from an excellent product.”

Can't wait to see, read and tell.

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