Friday, February 23, 2018

Literary

Come up with solutions, not just problems, academics urged

A THOMASIAN political scientist has urged political scientists to not only identify problems in society but offer solutions as well. Speaking at the book launching...

Cirilo Bautista’s new poetry collection, USTPH titles unveiled in grand book launching

NEW TITLES from the UST Publishing House (USTPH), including National Artist for Literature Cirilo Bautista’s latest poetry collection, were unveiled in a grand book...

‘Literature to survive next century through new forms in social media’

A VETERAN Thomasian writer said literature will survive in the next century through new forms that the youth has introduced in social media. “It will...

‘Reimagine PH mythology,’ lit majors urged

THE endurance of Philippine mythology in the modern era is the result of reimagining stories told in the past. Two mythology experts lectured on the...

Santa Claus, out; St. Nicholas of Bari, in

“SANTA Claus” may be a Western stereotype and a cultural anachronism in Asia, but Filipinos believe in him. The figure of the white-bearded man...

36th National Book Awards a Celebration of Reading

THE 36TH National Book Awards were a celebration not only of authors but also of readers, as winning authors emphasized passion for reading as...

Use persona poems to be the ‘voice of the voiceless,’ young writers urged

Filipino writers urged literature students to be the “voice of the voiceless” through persona poems, or works that have dramatic characters as speakers, in...

Nation needs ‘army of intelligent readers,’ Ombudsman says in Philippine PEN conference

Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales urged writers to defend the truth at the 60th National Congress of the Philippine PEN (Poets and Playwrights, Essayists and Novelists) on...

Thomasian writers named winners in 36th National Book Awards

FOUR Thomasian writers were named winners in the 36th National Book Awards on the official website of the National Book Development Board last Nov....

Thomasian architect’s ‘pop-up library’ wins int’l design award

A THOMASIAN architect won big in an international competition for his innovative design of a mobile pop-up library. William Ti Jr. bagged the "Excellent Communications...

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