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WORKSHOPS BY RACHEL MAUND THIS OCTOBER

Does your copy convince you? Is it vivid and engaging, or are you guilty of using tired adjectives such as “comprehensive” and “essential”? If you can relate to this, join us at this fun workshop!
 
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WORKSHOPS BY RACHEL MAUND THIS OCTOBER 

Join this workshop to learn how to transform your email marketing to be a cut above your competitors.
 
AFCC 2019 Draws To A Close!

Thank you for making the 10th edition of afcc a huge success!

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SBC Campus

SBC Campus

SBC Campus is our school outreach programme that brings Singapore Literature closer to students.

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#BuySingLit 2019 Highlights

The #BuySingLit 2019 highlights video is up!

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THE FIRST 50 YEARS OF THE NBDCS

VIEW THE FIRST 50 YEARS OF THE NBDCS ONLINE!

 

The First 50 Years of the NBDCS

SLP 2018 COMMEMORATIVE BOOK

View the Singapore Literature Prize 2018 Commemorative Book online! 

 

Commemorative Book  SLP Highlights Video

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Training Room For Hire

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The Book Council Bulletin

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[Calendar]Upcoming Events
Write Engaging Copy: How To Improve Your Copywriting Skills
Training by SBC Academy
Oct 23 (Wed), 9:30am – 5:30pm

A fun workshop to help you to write more persuasive copy no matter how specialist your product or service

Boost Your Email Marketing
Training by SBC Academy
Oct 24 (Thu), 9:30am – 5:30pm

A non-technical guide to creating email marketing that your subscribers will welcome in their inbox

Adapting For The International Chinese Market
Training by SBC Academy
Oct 30 (Wed), 7:30pm – 9:00pm

Navigate the Chinese publishing market

Translation Circle: Live
Festivals by SBCxSWF
Nov 2 (Sat), 10:30am – 11:30am

Watch four translators take on the same piece of text live and demonstrate the gamut of challenges that they face when crossing language and socio-cultural barriers.

SWF Translation Roundtable
Festivals by SBCxSWF
Nov 2 (Sat), 5:00pm – 6:00pm

The SWF Roundtable series connects our festival audiences with writers and translators to examine a variety of issues surrounding craft, process and all the things about translation.

How to Get Published
Festivals by SBCxSWF
Nov 2 (Sat), 8:30pm – 9:30pm

You’ve drafted your manuscript – what’s next? Publishers weigh in on the realities of publishing literary works in Asia, offering advice on selling your works while protecting one’s intellectual property, and more.

In Celebration of Fanfiction
Festivals by SBCxSWF
Nov 3 (Sun), 11:00am – 12:00pm

Join the authors as they share some of their favourite fanfiction and examine why this genre still needs to defend itself as a legitimate form of writing to a larger audience.

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