Two guys, a girl, and $15,000 in stolen cash–what could possibly go wrong? LIMITED RUN starts NEXT WEEK! Grab your […]
May aabangan and mga estudyante ng Polytechnic University of the Philippines sa pagdating ng 2nd Sem.  Mula sa pagtutulungan ng DepEd, […]
Dr. Vivencio Jose will talk on his book, The Rise and Fall of Antonio Luna, on October 27, 2015, Tuesday, […]

The College Editors Guild of the Philippines, the oldest, broadest, and only-existing alliance of tertiary student publications in the Asia-Pacific region, will hold LUNDUYAN 2015: 16th Luzon-wide Student Press Convention, on November 5-9, 2015 in Ateneo de Naga University, Naga City, Camarines Sur.

The PUP Center for Social History (PUP-CSH) under the Institute for Cultural Studies (ICS), Office of the Vice President for […]

The 12th Lamiraw Creative Writing Workshop calls for applications to a 3-day writing fellowship on December 2-4, 2015 at the Visayas State University (VSU), Baybay City, Leyte.

Panelists invited in said workshop are Prof. Merlie M. Alunan, Mr. Jose Victor Peñaranda, Mr. Januar Yap, Ms. Janis Claire Salvacion, Mr. Michael Carlo Villas, Mr. Harold Mercurio, and Mr. Jerry Gracio.  

Twelve slots are at stake: 5 for Sebuano, 3 Waray, 2 English, 1 Filipino and 1 Inabaknon. Writers are required to submit a combination or a mix of any of the following: 2 flash fictions or 1 ‘full-length’ short story, 2 essays/sanaysay, 3 poems/siday/balak, or 1 drama (1-actplay). Applicants must submit their works in MS Word format, Times New Roman, Font 12. Deadline of submission is on November 15, 2014. Email your entries along with the official application form to haroldmercurio@yahoo.com.

The Philippine International Literary Festival (PILF), a landmark project of the National Book Development Board, has become a highlight of […]
Kritika Kultura is now accepting contributions to its literary section, for possible inclusion in its forthcoming installments, beginning with the […]
The Angelite, the official student publication of Holy Angel University, in cooperation with the National Commission for Culture and the […]
Think literature can only be found in libraries and bookstores? Think again! The UP Writers Club is proud to present our mobile zine-selling event "Have You Zine It?" Our zines, which are self-published literary booklets, are all made by members and alumni of the UP Writers Club. This week will find us coming out from the wilderness of the CAL kubo complex to bring home-grown literature to a college near you. So if you want to read great stories and poems, but don't want to spend a fortune on them, come visit us at the colleges and on the dates indicated! Who knows: they might inspire you to make your own zine in the future. All you need are the desire to be heard, something important to say and your friendly neighborhood photocopier.