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SAVE THE DATE!
On June 7, KING will host AAJA Seattle’s Northwest Journalists of Color scholarship reception. Mark your calendars now.
Each year the scholarship recognizes talented young incoming and existing college students from Washington state who have their sights set on a career in journalism. AAJA Seattle has awarded scholarships to more than 120 students, who have gone on to work for The Seattle Times, The Los Angeles Times, CBS News and Sony Pictures, among other places.
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THE BASICS OF TRAVEL WRITING
MONDAY, May 2, 7 p.m., Seattle Times auditorium
Learn what it takes these days to make a go of travel writing, get tips on producing compelling travel stories and find out what editors are really looking for â€“
and how to pitch them.
Free for members ofÂ the Society of Professional Journalists and the Asian American Journalists Association. Â $10 for non-members.
Free parking and pizza included.
This program is part of the SPJ’s Spring continuing education series. For all the classes go to http://www.spjwash.org
The Seattle Times is located at 1120 John St., Seattle, in the South Lake Union area. WA 98109. Free parking is available in the visitors lot across John St. from the main entrance.
Please RSVP to Hilary Reeves at hilary.j.reeves.com
Speakers for this seminar:
Paul Frichtl, editor, Alaska Airlines Magazine
Cathy McDonald: freelance writer, author of The Seattle Times’ popular Walkabout column and editor/researcher for Rick Steves
Joe Myxter, travel editor, MSNBC.com
Chris Solomon, who writes for New York Times travel section, Outside, Ski Magazine and other publications
Moderator: Kristin Jackson, a travel writer and editor at The Seattle Times
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This announcement about University of Washington alumnus Jack Hart comes to us by way of AAJA member Karen Gaudette. Thanks, Karen!
Struggling with writer’s block? Let journalism alum Jack Hart (’68), the former managing editor of “The Oregonian,” and the author of “A Writer’s Coach,” help you overcome!
Space is limited, so register through the link to reserve a spot! http://uwcommwritingworkshop.eventbrite.com/
You canâ€™t improve your writing without changing your writing process. And this three-hour workshop will take you through every step of the writing process, focusing on take-it-to-the-keyboard advice you can put to work right away.
Youâ€™ll learn how to develop better ideas, make your information-gathering more efficient, find a focus and draft quickly. Youâ€™ll fill your writing toolbox with new tips and tricks.
And, best of all, youâ€™ll learn how to write without the pain that moved Gene Fowler to say, â€œWriting is easy: All you do is sit staring at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead.â€
Learn the essentials of good writing. Bring ideas to write about and something to write with â€” laptops are fine, but paper and pencil will work just as well.
Copies of Jack Hart’s book will be available at the event.
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Mix and mingle with members and supporters of AAJA starting at 6 p.m. this Thursday at Amber Restaurant & Lounge in Belltown at 2214 1st Avenue.
Connect with local journalists
Find out about upcoming AAJA events
Hear what journalists are doing outside of the newsroom
This event is FREE. Get your ticket at EventBrite.com: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1469317769/
Got a burning industry question you want us to discuss? Send your question to Caroline at email@example.com and we’ll try to address it at the mixer.
Help us continue to host free events by supporting AAJA through membership (you do not need to be an employed journalist to become a member).
Register/Renew your membership today!
AAJA is a national organization that supports diversity in the media. AAJA’s Seattle chapter is a strong and active chapter. We encourage members and supporters to register/renew their membership by the MARCH 30TH and look forward to seeing you throughout the year!
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Check out what items are available at AAJA Seattle’s 2011 Silent Auction!
If you’re interested in any items, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Silent Auction” in the subject line and include ALL of the following information: Your name, cell phone number, and the item you’re interested in. We will get in touch with you.
GET YOUR DISCOUNT!Â
Buy your tickets today for AAJA Seattle chapter’s Lunar New Year Banquet & Silent Auction at Tea Palace in Renton. Visit BrownPaperTickets.com.
The advance ticket option expires at 11:59 p.m. tonight!
Tickets are $25 for AAJA and SPJ members and $30 for non-members. Come support the journalism community, connect with old friends and make new ones.
DOOR PRICES WILL BE $35.
Last year’s Lunar New Year Banquet was a blast! Check out the video here.
If you would like to volunteer your time or an item for the Silent Auction, please get in touch with Caroline Li by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
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