ISSUE NO. 4 | 21 January 2011
JOIN US AS WE CELEBRATE OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 25!
In celebration of our first anniversary, we’re organizing the first Dialogues @ Starbucks onJanuary 25, 2011 (Tuesday), 7-8PM at the Starbucks Drive-Thru branch at the corner of 32nd and 7th Streets, Bonifacio Global City.
Joining us are storyweavers Criselda Yabes, whose novel, Below the Crying Mountain, has been nominated for the prestigious Man Asian Literary Prize in 2010; ten-time Palanca winner Dean Francis Alfar; and Wiley Publishing executive Nick Wallwork. Learn more about all the speakers and whet your appetite for more stories HERE.
This event is FREE. Please join us in this event and support our advocacy of being environmentally friendly by bringing your own tumblers for the brewed coffee that we will be serving. Email [email protected] for inquiries.
WIN cool Nivea gift packs!
As part of our anniversary treat, we’re giving away premium items from Nivea every day! Get a chance to win just by answering our Nivea Question of the Day. Take a stab at answering today’s question HERE.
Limited offer only: Get P500 off our annual membership PLUS a 10% discount to our workshops!
This January, you not only get a P500 discount off our our annual membership fee, you also get automatic discounts on all WBP workshops when you sign up to be a member of Writer’s Block Philippines. Read more about our membership promo and our list of our (expanding) member benefits HERE.
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