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Elmer B. Coldora

Elmer B. Coldora

Thomasian architect’s Book Stop project lures Filipino readers

AS HIS way of building a community of Filipino readers, a Thomasian architect-cum-literary enthusiast envisioned a plan that is far from a traditional library—a...

Put an end to cliches, ‘hugot,’ authors urge young writers

ALTHOUGH the “hugot” have come a long way in pleasing the Filipino readers, a creative writer should go away with it and develop a...

“Use initiation stories to lure youth to literature,” veteran writer urges readers

A veteran Thomasian writer said the youth can be lured into the study of literature by initiation stories, or stories about childhood experiences. “All stories are...

Fil-Am writer showcases ‘creative’ approach to history

A FILIPINO-AMERICAN author has stressed on the role of historical fiction as an entertaining and informative genre of literature. “I think there is power in...

2 Thomasians among fellows in Virgin Labfest

TWO THOMASIANS will be among the 10 fellows of a national dramatic writing fellowship program. Miko Jan Portes and Lloyd Alcedric Opalec are set to...

From Iowa to UST: Alumni of prestigious internat’l workshop hold reunion on campus

IT MAY be the oldest of its kind in Asia, but not too many people know that the Silliman University National Writers’ Workshop is...

UST Publishing House unveils new titles in grand book launching

TWENTY-EIGHT new books were unveiled by the UST Publishing House in a grand book launch on April 25 at the Tanghalang Teresita Quirino of...

Use technology to promote literature, writers urged

FILIPINO writers and literary scholars stressed the new role of information technology in promoting literature during the 2017 International Conference on Education, Literatures, and...

‘Let young adult and children’s literature flourish’

FILIPINOS should begin to appreciate the value of young adult and children’s literature here. This was the message of writers belonging to the two genres...

Artlets senior wins Rector’s Literary Award; Ustetika jurors praise quality of entries

FOURTH-YEAR Literature student Raymond Gold Padao from the Faculty of Arts and Letters (Artlets) won the much-coveted Rector’s Literary Award (RLA) during the Varsitarian-organized...

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