2012 Mar 01 Out Now - the Beijinger - March 2012: Break Into Publishing
Experience should tell you that Beijing is a city of writers. Why else would that be everyone's response when asked, "And what do you do?"
It seems that everyone's got something to say and in the Beijinger's March issue we want to help you say it. There are interviews and handy advice from some of the best authors and publishers in the game - and not just for print. We've also given you a how-to guide to both pitching and starting your own writers' group, plus we've our favorite 50 entries from the "Your Beijing In Just Six Words" competition.
There are lots of other words published in the issue. We've got a tale of the plight of the finless porpoise in the Yangtze River in our Ecology Feature, there are ten of the best potato dishes in the city in our Dining Feature, Thailand offers us an authentic Taste of Home, and in our Explore Feature we see a new side of Hong Kong. We've also been lucky enough to have a chat with indie darlings Death Cab For Cutie, the ever-ironic Gary Shteyngart and former-J5 DJ Cut Chemist before their upcoming Beijing appearances.
Elsewhere in the issue it's what you've come to expect – all the content that matters. The best interviews, the events that count, all of the new bars, restaurants and shops, plus more prizes than you could cram into your award-winning debut novel.
Get a copy in all of the usual distribution points or resolve to read it right here, right now.