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Hong Kong Writers Circle Podcast

News, How-To's and interviews from the heart of the Hong Kong literary scene. For almost 25 years, the Hong Kong Writers Circle (HKWC) has been a stalwart of Hong Kong’s literary scene, creating an environment in which writers develop their skills and hone their craft, while increasing their knowledge of the publishing industry with the support of their peers. Our members come from all corners of the globe and range from published professionals to the aspiring amateur. Get inspired, get involved and get in touch with the Hong Kong Writers Circle at hkwriterscircle.com. Then get on with some writing! Produced by SCC Overton.
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News, how-to's and interviews

from the heart of the Hong Kong literary scene

Jul 9, 2017

 

Sophie Hannah

 

Sophie Hannah, the British poet and novelist, discusses her crime fiction and poetry with a special focus on her novels that continue Agatha Christie's Poirot series, ahead of her visit to the Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 from the 24th to the 26th of July at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre. This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with the British Council. Event details and registration information are available at britishcouncil.hk

 

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Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 30: Sophie Hannah x British Council x HKWC

 

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Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 - British Council event details and registration information
Closed Casket by Sophie Hannah (Amazon)
Hong Kong Book Fair - general website
Simon's website
Hong Kong Writers Circle
Subscribe to the podcast on I Tunes

 

Copyright Information

 

The Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 30: Sophie Hannah x British Council was produced by SCC Overton.

For more information about this podcast and all of our other activities, please visit our website: hkwriterscircle.com

This podcast featured:
Closed Casket by Sophie Hannah, published by Harper Collins

The interview with Sophie Hannah and her appearance at the Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 was organised by the British Council.

The music was Jingle Jazz by Quantum Jazz from the album End of Line, used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 licence.

Jingle Jazz (Quantum Jazz) / CC BY-SA 3.0

If you are an author, publisher or musician and would like to collaborate on an episode of this podcast or for any other feedback please click here to email, using the subject line "Podcast". Members of the HKWC are encouraged to get in touch with ideas, interview suggestions, audio essays and other ways to collaborate, including production assistance.

If you are subscribed to this podcast on I Tunes, please consider giving the show a customer rating as this can help to build our audience and gain exposure for our writers.

Thanks as always to Katrina Teh for the podcast artwork.

 

 

Jul 3, 2017

 

Sara Wheeler

 

Sara Wheeler, the British travel author and biographer, speaks about her travels in extreme environments including the Antarctic and Arctic ahead of her visit to the Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 from the 21st to 23rd of July at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre. This episode is part of a special series in collaboration with the British Council. Event details and registration information are available at britishcouncil.hk

 

Play the episode:

Download the episode.

 

Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 29: Sara Wheeler x British Council x HKWC

 

Links

 

Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 - British Council event details and registration information
O My America by Sara Wheeler (Amazon)
Hong Kong Book Fair - general website
Simon's website
Hong Kong Writers Circle
Subscribe to the podcast on I Tunes

 

Copyright Information

 

The Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 29: Sara Wheeler x British Council was produced by SCC Overton.

For more information about this podcast and all of our other activities, please visit our website: hkwriterscircle.com

This podcast featured:
O My America! by Sara Wheeler published by Vintage

The interview with Sara Wheeler and her appearance at the Hong Kong Book Fair 2017 was organised by the British Council.

The music was Jingle Jazz by Quantum Jazz from the album End of Line, used under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 licence.

Jingle Jazz (Quantum Jazz) / CC BY-SA 3.0

If you are an author, publisher or musician and would like to collaborate on an episode of this podcast or for any other feedback please click here to email, using the subject line "Podcast". Members of the HKWC are encouraged to get in touch with ideas, interview suggestions, audio essays and other ways to collaborate, including production assistance.

If you are subscribed to this podcast on I Tunes, please consider giving the show a customer rating as this can help to build our audience and gain exposure for our writers.

Thanks as always to Katrina Teh for the podcast artwork.

 

 

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