Asia-Pacific Writers supports S.E.A.Write Festival 2012
Asia-Pacific Writers (AP Writers) will hold its inaugural gathering in Bangkok, Thailand, 5-9 November 2012, to dovetail with this year’s Southeast Asian Writers’ (S.E.A.Write) Festival and Gala Awards.
AP Writers (http://www.apwriters.com) is working with the S.E.A.Write Organising Committee to bring together the 2012 S.E.A. Write award winners with translators, festival directors from around the world, publishing
The Asia-Pacific Writing Partnership (AP Writers) invites emerging and established writers, translators and scholars of Asian literature to join visiting writers for ‘Writing Out of Asia’, a series of roundtables, workshops and readings 2-5 December at the University of Western Australia.
Writing Out of Asia coincides with the 14th Biennial Symposium on Literatures and Cultures of the Asia Pacific Region (4-7 December), hosted by the Westerly Centre at UWA.
THE PEN ALL-INDIA CENTRE
invites you, with your friends, to
our PEN@Prithvi session for January 2011
Date: 8 January 2011 (Saturday)
Time: 6.30 pm
Place: Prithvi House (1st floor), Opp. Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu Church Road, Juhu, Mumbai 400 049
Association of Stories in Macao
ASM’s 2010 Booklaunch
to be held at CCI (Creative Macau) ? Macau Cultural Centre
4.30 pm ? Saturday 18th December
Our Guest of Honour
The distinguished Hong Kong scholar and poet
Professor Leung Ping Kwan
At a ceremony to be held at CCI (Creative Macau) at
The University of South Pacific is hosting a conference on creativity and climate change. Suva, Fiji. 13 - 17 September 2010.
“The conference will bring together writers, artists and environmental activists in providing an alternative culture of determination of responses to issues like climate change.”
They invite academics, writers and artists to attend.
For more information: http://www.usp.ac.fj/index.php?id=9020