Sa darating na taunang Writers Night sa 6 Disyembre, ang tuon ng ating pansin at pagtulong ay sa mga manunulat at iba pang alagad ng sining na nasalanta ng bagyo, lindol, at iba pang kalamidad.

Kami po mula sa Likhaan: U.P. Institute of Creative Writing ay nag-aanyaya sa inyo na maghandog ng salapi at/o bagay mula sa inyong puso. Tulad ninyo,  hiningian din po namin ng kanilang nilagdaang manuskrito at libro ang mga Pambansang Alagad ng Sining na sina Virgilio Almario, Bienvenido Lumbera, at Francisco Sionil Jose. Gayundin, nangalap din kami ng mahahalagang gamit ng mga manunulat gaya ng paboritong papet ni Amelia Lapeña Bonifacio o polo ni Cirilo Bautista o sombrero ni Teo Antonio o makinilya ni Rebecca Añonuevo.

The LIKHAAN: UP Institute of Creative Writing (ICW) and the Madrigal-Gonzalez family are pleased to announce the finalists for the […]
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Nakikiisa kami sa bayanihang isinasagawa ng buong bansa (at mundo) sa pagtugon sa bagyong Yolanda. Kasama po namin rito ang […]

Meritage Press is willing to publish an anthology whose net proceeds will go to relief organization(s) servicing the victims of Typhoon Haiyan (or Yolanda). Its working title (I just thought of this idea today so will work more on title; feel free to give input) is POEMS IN THE TIME OF YOLANDA. Deadline: Nov. 23, 2013 (Yes, that's quick turn-around, but help is needed quickly!) 

Submission: Send 1-3 poems. Send poems that, in your view, relate to Yolanda -- whether it's something you felt compelled to write as a result of the disaster or coverage thereof, or of issues related to Yolanda such as climate change, or of lessons that can be gleaned, or of hopes for improving the ways to survive or respond to such disasters in the future, or your "Beloved Philippines or Filipino" poems ... and so on. Poems need not be new as long as you feel they are relevant in some way to Yolanda and her lessons and other aftermaths. Email poems and/or queries to [email protected] FUNDRAISING: All net proceeds from the sale of the book will be donated to Yolanda relief organization(s). I haven't had the chance to research this yet but anything raised by Meritage Press likely will be given to the Philippine Red Cross.

Philippine PEN 2013 Conference will be on December 3-4 (Tuesday-Wednesday) at the Marilen Gaerlan Conservatory-North Wing, De La Salle University, […]
Writing for children or young adults? Come mingle! Apply now for the Ken Spillman NBDCS AFCC Subsidy. Held annually in Singapore, […]
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