Upcoming Events



ASME NEXT Virtual Workshop
Register now for this two half-day virtual workshop on magazine fundamentals for early-career print and digital journalists.

Sessions include:
Hands-On Editing | E-Commerce | Display Type for Print, Web and Mobile | How to Structure and Sell a Pitch | How to Be a Successful Freelancer | Reporting and Fact-Checking Fundamentals

Attendance is $100 for both days for ASME and ASME NEXT members ($135 for nonmembers); $60 per day ($75 for nonmembers); or $25 per session ($35 for nonmembers)

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ASME NEXT Virtual Book Club
Sign up to attend the next meeting of the ASME NEXT Book Club. The club is free to join but exclusive to members. Hosted by ASME NEXT board members Alexis Jones, assistant editor at Women's Health, and Erica Sloan, assistant editor at Martha Stewart Living, the club votes on a book to read by a magazine writer and meets virtually to discuss it. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 18, from 7-8pm ET/4-5 pm PT. The club will discuss "An American Summer: Love and Death in Chicago," by Alex Kotlowitz. To join the book club, please register here
 

From Pitch to Print: The Service Package
Register now to attend ASME NEXT’s December 9 virtual workshop for early-career editors. Workshop your service package ideas in small groups led by top editors. Attendees will come prepared with pitches and learn how to turn story ideas into successful packages.

Group leaders include:
Jennifer Tung, Executive Editor, Martha Stewart Living
Jon Wilde, Digital Director, GQ 

Attendance is $20 for ASME NEXT members; $35 for nonmembers. To register, click here

 


ASME NEXT After Work @ GIMLET
This event has been postponed. A new date will be announced soon.


Past ASME Events

Join ASME for a members-only virtual roundtable on managing creativity while working virtually.

Thursday, June 25 | 4:00-5:00 p.m. ET

Hosted by Joe Brown, Group Editorial Director, Hearst Autos | Panelists include Richard Just, Editor, The Washington Post Magazine, and Courtney Murphy, Creative Director, Reader's Digest

This event is free for ASME members and their associates. To join ASME, please visit asme.media.