magCulture x citizenM talks
magCulture x citizenM present two evenings exploring travel in reality and travel in the mind
As part of the magCulture spring events programme, we’re delighted to announce we’ve teamed up with citizenM hotels for two talks exploring travel writing and literary magazines.
1 — Travel in Real Life: Travel magazines, 12 April
Delve into the world of travel writing and meet the magazine makers defining where we venture to and how we experience those places. For our first event we’ll be joined by:
Kate Hamilton editor-in-chief, Suitcase
Liz Schaffer, editor and creative director, Lodestars
Sarah Warwick, editor, N by Norwegian
The three talks will be followed by a discussion chaired by magCulture’s Jeremy Leslie and drinks in the cloudM bar.
About our speakers:
Kate Hamilton is a journalist and the Editor-in-chief of Suitcase, a multimedia travel and fashion publication that redefines luxury travel for a millennial audience. She always travels with books and an excessive amount of stationery.
Liz Schaffer moved from Sydney to London six years ago, lured by the city's creative scene and sense of possibility. After working as a freelance photographer and travel writer she decided to launch Lodestars Anthology - a travel magazine that explores a single country every issue. The Japan magazine, is the next issue to land, with magazines on New Zealand and France currently taking shape.
Sarah Warwick is the editor of N by Norwegian, an award-winning in-flight magazine that’s filled with original, intelligent, beautiful stories inspired by Norwegian Air’s network of destinations.
Wednesday 12 April, 7pm-8pm
citizenM Tower of London
40 Trinity Square
London EC 3N 4DJ
A huge thanks to citizenM and our drink sponsor Canopy Beer Co.
2 — Travel in the Mind: Literary magazines, 17 May
For our second evening at citizenM, we’ll hear from three editors creating literary titles that champion great writing and succeed in transporting us to new places without leaving our homes.
Check back soon for details
Wednesday 17 May, 7pm-8pm