Lonely Planet No More: A Travel Writing Seminar


Fully Booked, Writer’s Block Philippines and Lonely Planet present:

Lonely Planet No More: A Travel Writing Seminar

When: May 18, Saturday, 2PM

Where: Atrium, Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street



Greg Bloom, author of Lonely Planet Philippines Country Guide

and Ana P. Santos, Nikka Sarthou & Nina Terol-Zialcita of Writer’s Block Philippines


Improve your writing craft and get expert advice from professional travel writers! Discussion highlights:

  • Travel Writing Tips
  • Anatomy of A Travel Feature
  • Print and Online Travel Writing
  • Getting Published
  • and more!


Please email events@fullybookedonline.com to reserve a seat.

Register as a delegate to the Asian Publishing Convention 2013

Want to see how print, mobile and online converge for profit? Want to improve your skills, make connections, and learn from new media experts?

The 7th annual Asian Publishing Convention (APC) is the perfect event to be. Set for July 11 and 12 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the convention will follow a new bootcamp format, filled with intensive hands-on sessions.

Tracks and topics during the event will include:

  1. Successful digital transition publishers share lessons on how to cut through the fog of techno babble
  2. Digital/Mobile advertising gurus show how multiple channel strategies work
  3. Advertisers unveil their digital engagement strategies with consumers
  4. Tech solutions providers show how publishers can leverage multimedia.

Interested publishing managers can take advantage of the early bird discount for the best hotel and airline rates by registering online at http://publishingconvention.com/delegate-registration/.

Register now! Hotel rooms and airline seats for the preferential Early Bird rate are limited.


Asian Publishing Awards still accepts entries

Did something amazing in your work as a publishing practitioner in Asia?

Your outstanding and innovative publishing practices still have the chance to be recognized at the 7th Asian Publishing Awards, because until May 10, the awarding body will still be accepting entries.

Entrants can vie for the awards under the following categories: Asian Magazine Awards, Asian Publishing Awards and Asian Corporate Communication Awards.

Publishing companies are enjoined to submit entries for only a $100 for the first, and $50 for each subsequent submission.

Companies get one free entry for each delegate they send to the Asian Publishing Convention. Likewise, Editors Content Hub contributors are entitled to a free entry for every 100 articles they upload.

Industry experts and the media will be present at the Gala Dinner will be on July 12, Friday at The Mandarin Oriental Hotel.

For interested companies and individuals, you may visit http://publishingconvention.com or contact awards coordinator Joel dela Cruz at 8468349, 09267400444 or joeldelacruz@exedraevents.com.