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NPS Seminar on How to Publish a Philatelic Society Journal



The experts are Richard West and David Alford who at times have both been instrumental in producing the National Philatelic Society's regular journal Stamp Lover.

David is a former editor of Stamp Lover and Richard has stood in as a Guest Editor on many occasions and also writes regularly for the national philatelic press.

Both gentlemen possess strong views about how a philatelic society magazine should be produced and what editorial content is needed if it is to be a true "window" to the organisation. A philatelic journal should keep the membership informed and also promote the society to non-members by letting them know what they are missing. Richard and David will be aiming to give practical advice and exchange ideas with the audience which will be open to both members and non-members of the National Philatelic Society.

The seminar takes place on Wednesday October 13th 2010 starting at 1.45pm until 4.30pm at the Phoenix Centre, Phoenix Place, London WC1X 0DL. The seminar has been organised with the help of the British Postal Museum & Archive and the Royal Mail are kindly providing the meeting room.

The cost of the seminar is £5 (discounted to £3 for members of the National Philatelic Society). Spaces are limited and the deadline for booking is Friday 1st October 2010. A booking form is available online.

Further information is available by post if preferred by sending a stamped addressed envelope to Christopher Oliver, National Philatelic Society, c/o The British Postal Museum & Archive, Freeling House, Phoenix Place, London WC1X 0DL.




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