[ASC-list] AMWA-Vic e-book and print publishing talk-Reminder
Leohman1 at bigpond.net.au
Tue Sep 30 05:14:32 UTC 2014
Posted on behalf of the Australasian Medical Writers Association
REMINDER- THIS EVENT IS TOMORROW NIGHT
Please join us for the AMWA Vic October 2014 networking event
'From Friends to Strangers: experiences with e-book and print publishing
When: Wednesday 1 October at 6pm
Where: Embiggen Books, 197-203 Lt Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.
Hear: Dr Sanjiva Wijesinha describe how he progressed from writing free articles to writing newspaper and magazine columns and eventually books. He will also talk about writing and publishing ebooks.
Sanjiva’s books – Health for Busy People, Live Happily Ever After, Stories of the Silk Roads, Friends, Not Our War and Strangers on the Caminohave been published as e-book and print editions.
Entry is free. Continue the discussion at Wood N Chimney, Level 3 Melbourne Central. Dinner at menu prices
For information and to RSVP for dinner booking, email: L.E. Ohman at pdp at medicalwriters.org or Marissa at marissa at medicalwriters.org or Jacinta at membership at medicalwriters.org
Dr Wijesinha is a Family Physician, an Associate Professor at the Department of General Practice at Monash University and a Major in the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps.
He graduated from the University of Ceylon in Sri Lanka, completed a research degree as a Commonwealth scholar at Oxford University in England and trained as a paediatric surgeon in Sri Lanka and the UK. For 12 years he served as a surgeon in the Sri Lankan Army reserve and a paediatric surgeon in Sri Lanka and Hong Kong before moving to Australia in 1996 and retraining as a family physician.
Married to Dr Chitra Wijesinha and father of two children Shivantha and Menaka, he now lives in Melbourne.
L.E. Ohman, PhD
Freelance medical writer and editor
Australasian Medical Writers Association
Professional Development Program Officer
0408 318 907
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