Connect with the literary
Nigel Beale works with cities, tourism destination marketing organizations, and cultural institutions to
- Identify literary and cultural tourism opportunities
- Promote literary and cultural events, activities and attractions
- Review existing assets, programs and exhibits, and develop new ways of bringing local, national and international attention to them
- Produce lively, engaging content – written audio and video – that appeals to literary and cultural tourists
- Develop and implement successful social media programs to augment and promote this content
His literary journalism has appeared in many places, including The Guardian Online, The Washington Post and The Globe and Mail. Output over the past five years includes thousands of blog posts, hundreds of audio interviews, numerous feature articles, and plenty of reviews and opinion pieces.
Reach and attract more literary and cultural tourists.
Contact Nigel Beale today.
Dear Canadian MP, I’m concerned about the degree to which party discipline in our parliamentary system impinges upon the rights of MPs to speak their minds, vote their consciences, and represent their constituents’ interests. And I don’t like your leaders’ silence on this matter. Regardless of whether or not it affects his capacity to ‘rule’, [...]
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