This upcoming book features the lesser known creatures of PH mythology

“Mythica Obscura” is a compendium of creatures and gods in Philippine mythology who would otherwise be left in the shadows

Journalist Patricia Evangelista returns to PH for ‘Some People Need Killing’ book tour

Catch the ‘Some People Need Killing’ author this April at a series of book talks and signing in Manila, Baguio, and Cebu

Linda Ty-Casper black and white photo by Bill Edmunds with a 2024 edition of the book “The Three-Cornered Sun” from local press Exploding Galaxies
Linda Ty-Casper is a trail-blazing fictionist you should read if you want to unlearn textbook history

Exploding Galaxies’ Mara Coson on the new edition of the author’s 1979 book “The Three-Cornered Sun” and why it’s still relevant nearly half a century after its publication

ateneo de manila university press bookshop
Get National Book Awards-winning titles at 30% off at Ateneo Press’ new bookshop

You can also buy their older releases for as low as P100 during their Grand Opening Sale until Mar. 1

If people don’t read anymore, then why does this Makati bookshop exist?

For starters, to make local publishing equitable for authors and because younger people are actually buying more books than ever, from TikTok at that

New local press Exploding Galaxies brings forgotten Filipino literary stars back to life

The press is expanding our Filipiniana shelves one thoughtfully-designed book at a time, starting with Wilfrido D. Nolledo’s postmodernist novel, “But for the Lovers”

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Your old textbooks and novels can help public school libraries. Donate them here

Send them to the Ortigas Foundation Library in Greenhills

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Books are up to 99% off at this year’s Big Bad Wolf online sale

If you’ve been filling the book fair-shaped void in your heart through “mine”-ing books on…

What you should read, watch, and listen to according to restaurant insiders

Got some spare time? Here are a few things you should add to your food-media-to-consume list—as told by insiders like Josh Boutwood, Christine Roque, and more

A tita, adobo and a dog named Longganisa star in this debut mystery novel

Fil-Am writer Mia P. Manansala’s debut novel “Arsenic and Adobo” is equal parts Filipino culinary diaspora and Agatha Christie murder mystery