Thursday, August 31, 2006

THIS MONTH IN BACKSPACE

August 2006 Issue Volume 1, Issue 2


+ Writers Guild President Dylan Gozum rants about the apparent lack of interest in creative writing. Read more...

+ While you were not looking, we were having fun. Read more...

+ Our new resident poets show why they’re the people to watch this year. Read more...

+ You wish to discover Manila but don’t have the time? Fret no more. Let Culture Express take you there.
Read more...

+ Have thoughts, will write. Read more...

+ Here’s a reason why missing our workshops is not to your advantage. Read more...

+ Our resident physician does not mince words when she advices. Read more...

+ Why is the indie film Kubrador worth every bet? Read more...

+ The Guild is lending you books. Here's how to borrow.
Read more...

5 comments:

Oberon said...

......god help you is right.....all you can do is share.

toastmaster on the net said...

Congratulations to your first issue of BACKSPACE!



Fabulous, fabulous work! I am looking forward to more interesting articles from the Guild. Fair enough, your works are accessible inside and outside of SPi. Yet, I concur to your idea to make it more accessible to SPi employees, easily visited right at their own PC. And spread the news as well via corporate announcement.



As always, Toastmasters Club is very willing to be of help to a fellow club. We are a family. Chos!



Cheers to Writers Guild!

toastmaster on the net said...

Congratulations to your first issue of BACKSPACE!



Fabulous, fabulous work! I am looking forward to more interesting articles from the Guild. Fair enough, your works are accessible inside and outside of SPi. Yet, I concur to your idea to make it more accessible to SPi employees, easily visited right at their own PC. And spread the news as well via corporate announcement.



As always, Toastmasters Club is very willing to be of help to a fellow club. We are a family. Chos!



Cheers to Writers Guild!

Anonymous said...

Dylan,

Congratulations on the 1st issue of Backspace. There are examples of some excellent writing and pictures. This club truly showcases the many talents of our colleagues in the written word. I am blown away by how good the English and the writing is in this publication.

I would like to explore how we can capitalize on the talents beyond the club and further into the workplace. Perhaps we can schedule a dialogue and discuss this further. I have copied Lea Villanueva on this and she will coordinate getting us together.

Regards,

Ernest L Cu
Chief Executive Officer
SPi

I write for the world said...

Sir,

We were equally blown away by your compliments and by the mere fact that you took time to mail us. We are not worthy.

As a club, we have always wanted to be an active member of the company through the workshops and projects we offer our co-employees. We welcome your proposal to further integrate us into the system. For this, we will be forever grateful.

Once again, please accept our deep appreciation for your visit and for taking notice of our humble efforts.

For the Writers Guild,

Dylan Yap Gozum, President