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.
Bukambibig Poetry Folio of Spoken Word Philippines is now open for contributions to its first volume’s third quarterly issue themed ‘Disasters.’ The folio is looking for spoken word pieces that talk about natural disasters, climate change, global warming, affinity to urban/rural place, individualized experiences of the aftermath of disasters, etc. It seeks contributions from emerging and established Filipino poets who reside in the country or abroad. Entries should be composed of two to three poems (not more than 60 lines each) meant for performance and written in Bikol, Binisaya, English, Hiligaynon/Kiniray-a, Ilokano, Pangasinan, Tagalog, or combination of these languages. (A poem written in the local languages must have a three-sentence synopsis in English.)