To the budding writer, we offer a space to learn and explore, for you to discover your voice and the best practices of your craft before you come face-to-face (or email-to-email) with an editor. Our workshops are highly experiential in nature and will take you from idea-gathering to story-writing… all the way to actually pitching your story. Our editor-founders are always on hand to answer questions before you make those costly mistakes.

Our past workshops have included multiple runs of the following:

– Jumpstart Your Freelance Writing Career
– Feature Writing 101
– Walk Write This Way: A writing tour with Carlos Celdran
– Eat, Write, Love (held in partnership with Adarna Food; Culture)
– Writing about Arts and Culture (held in partnership with Yuchengco Museum)
– How to Make Money from Writing
– Dreamboarding: A Creative Visualization Workshop

Loving what we do.

We have also organized various networking nights since 2010, featuring guest speakers such as: Award-winning independent author Carljoe Javier, Wiley publisher Nick Wallwork, ten-time Palanca Award-winner Dean Francis Alfar , Palanca Award-winner and publisher Tweet Sering, internationally acclaimed novelist Criselda Yabes, editor and Fulbright scholar Patricia Tumang, editor and Columbia graduate student Bianca Consunji, and best-selling international author Samantha Sotto.

All of them have lent time and expertise to talk about the art and craft of writing, dealing with deadlines, and sustaining a career that they love.

To the enterprise or organization in need of editorial services and communications consulting , we offer close to 20 years of combined writing and corporate experience, a keen sense of messaging and story-telling, a healthy respect for corporate objectives and deadlines, and the professionalism that comes with having dealt with clients of all shapes and sizes. In just over a year, we have worked with some of the world’s biggest names in the following industries:

– Banking and finance
– Cement manufacturing
– Communications and branding
– Cosmetics and personal care
– Insurance
– Real estate
– Hospitality and tourism
– Local government
– Pharmaceuticals and healthcare
– Food and beverage
– Technology
– Events