Bukambibig Poetry Folio of Spoken Word Philippines, the country's only multilingual, free-access, and digital folio of performance poetry, is now open for contributions to its first volume’s fourth quarterly issue themed ‘Social Movements'. The folio is looking for spoken word pieces that talk about relevant social conditions—a spectrum of human rights violations, social inequities, econo-ethnic vulnerabilities, extra-judicial killings, etc.—seen through theoretical lenses.
"Libulan: Binisaya Anthology of Queer Literature", named after a gender fluid deity of the precolonial Bisaya cosmogony, is now accepting poetry, short stories, flash narratives, literary nonfiction, critical essays, and one-act plays written in the Binisaya language. Translated works from other languages are also welcome. The literary anthology is born out of the need to assert the underrepresented and non-visible queer identity in Binisaya literature. It seeks contributions from emerging and established writers in Binisaya who identify themselves as LGBTQIA+ — lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersexual, asexual, and others in the spectrum
Tumatanggap ang BISIG, ang opisyal na journal ng Institute for Labor and Industrial Relations (ILIR), Center for Labor Research and Publications, ng Politeknikong Unibersidad ng Pilipinas ng mga papel para mailathala sa isyu nito ngayong 2017.
Bukambibig Poetry Folio of Spoken Word Philippines, the country's first and only multilingual, free-access, and digital folio of performance poetry, is in need of editors for Kapampangan and Waray languages.