Tita Lacambra Ayala, the poet much loved from Ilocos Norte to Davao City, dies of pneumonia on Wednesday, January 9.
By: Luis H. Francia – @inquirerdotnet INQUIRER.net US Bureau   NEW YORK—I heard last month, from the fictionist Cecilia Manguerra […]
The National Book Development Board and the Manila Critics Circle announced the winners of the 37th National Book Awards (Best […]
By Alvin Dacanay Originally published by The Manila Times with the url https://www.manilatimes.net/three-wordsmiths-and-their-winning-works/454637/?fbclid=IwAR0w1jWkG3uzHKrHdwT8Oe-1ZsXJJfTT3jfta4FqAPx76nAMYvBLpGNGwF0 Fifty-four writers won in the 68th Carlos […]
Originally published by the Manila Times on Oct. 28, 2018 with the url: https://www.manilatimes.net/visayan-national-artists-seen-to-boost-regional-litetature/458240/ Two renowned writers from the Visayas […]
It’s rare to find someone who excels in polar disciplines like Math and literature. But for Early Sol A. Gadong, […]
For her work in writing plays, promoting children’s theater, and puppetry, Amelia Lapeña Bonifacio has been called the “Grande Dame of Southeast Asian Children’s Theater.” She has penned 40 plays, 20 books, and 30 stories, according to panitikan.ph, and was chairperson of the University of the Philippines’ Creative Writing Program. She founded Teatrong Mulat ng Pilipinas, a children’s theater and puppetry troupe based in UP.
The UP Cebu Creative Writing Program invites everyone to “Pundok Katitikan: Conversations about Creative Writing” on October 24, 2018, Wednesday, […]
Third place was a Filipino migrant worker whose name was not released, as she is serving a prison sentence in […]
Originally published by Sunstar on October 3, 2018 https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/1767331 A flagship project of the National Commission of Culture and the […]