Less is More: Telling Hong Kong’s Story with a “Short Book”

Many thanks to Christine Loh and Peter Gordon for a fascinating discussion about the merits of publishing short books as a way of sharing ideas with a community. We're looking forward to reading No Third Person and reflecting on Christine Loh and Richard Cullen's thoughts on the way forward for Hong Kong. It will be a quick but fascinating read! Look out for other titles in the series: Journey to the West [...]

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Building Your Writer’s Profile–One Publication at a Time

Wednesday, 26 September at the FCC Many thanks to Celia Claase for a wonderful evening with WiPS at the FCC. She inspired us to think about who we are as writers, consider our potential audience, and suggested different platforms to explore to launch our work into the world.

Imprint Submission Workshop

Saturday, 1 September at the JW Marriott Many thanks to Jenny Eagleton for braving the weather and leading a few WiPS members in a session to workshop their submissions for Imprint 18. For those who could not attend, there is still time to work on your submission before the deadline of 30 September. Further submission guidelines may be found here.

Give Voice to Your Story: How to Read to an Audience

Part of the Hong Kong Spoken Word Festival It’s not often that the FCC is full of so many people practicing vocal exercises and working to improve their vocal variety. Many thanks to David Pope of All Voice Talent for sharing his time and talent with WiPS. Hopefully, with a bit of practice, we’ll be better prepared to share our work with the world. Thanks also to the Hong Kong Spoken Word Festival for helping [...]