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Book Swap and Meeting Reminder

From: lauren s.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 8, 2009 1:47 PM
Dear FEW members and friends of FEW

This is just a friendly reminder about Thursday?s meeting and a quick note about an added activity for this week only! Bring up to 3 books for great summer reading and drop them off at the beginning of the meeting. During the networking hour, please feel free to take as many books as you brought. If the books you brought are still on the table before you leave, please be sure to take them back home with you!
How to be published in Japan: Tips and Tricks for Writers of Books and Articles
For those who dream of publishing their work in Japan, this is a must attend event. Guest speaker, Cindy Mullins, who has been in the publishing industry in Japan for over 20 years and has been worked with the likes of Kodansha International, Japan Times, and [address removed], to name just a few, will share the secret formula for getting published and creating a best-selling book in Japan, while Hugh Ashton will discuss the ins and outs of independent publishing through self-publishing via the online PoD service route approach. Finally, Miki Noguchi will wrap things up with a discussion on freelance writing in Tokyo, specifically, how to get articles published in magazines, print or online.

Time: July 9th, 7pm start
Venue: Tokyo City Club, Canada Embassy B1F,[masked] Akasaka
Price: 3000 yen for members and 6000 yen for guests (Women Only for monthly meetings, other events are often open to both men and women)
See you Thursday!
FEW

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