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Just to be clear, F. Sionil Jose isn’t envious of Maria Ressa’s Nobel Prize

After stating that Ressa did not deserve the award, the writer has more to say, including that the Nobel Prize ‘is for Peace, not Literature’

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

Philippine literature is going global this National Literature Month

Tell all your friends from around the world, because these National Literature Month events might just be the highlight of your summer

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Mindanao is more than what we see in the news, and this travelogue proves it

“Biyaheng Pinoy: A Mindanao Travelogue” is a collection of essays on the people, culture and food that make up the region—sans the newsbites

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Remember ‘Ibong Adarna’? Versions of this epic are streaming online this weekend

Who can ever forget this mythical bird? “Ibong Adarna” was among the must-read literary classics…

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Webtoons and podcasts: PH literature is taking these non-book forms

Dr. Jose Rizal, Lope K. Santos, Francisco Baltazar, Jose Corazon de Jesus, Marcelo H. Del…

Local queer literature to add to your reading list

The clamor to support and uphold the rights of the LGBTQA+ community should not end…

“Comics is for men” and other lies female comic book creators debunked

The International Women’s Month is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the recognition…

Watch spoken word performances and more at the Performatura Festival

Fans and lovers of literature, here’s something to look forward to: the Cultural Center of…

Up to 90 percent discounts at this year’s Big Bad Wolf book sale

No one wanted the big bad wolf to appear in fairy tales since it brings…