Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Tag: John Jack Wigley

Mga bagong akda, inilathala ng UST Publishing House

29 Agosto 2015, 12:09 a.m. NAGLABAS ng anim na akda ang UST Publishing House (USTPH) sa taunang Philippine Literary Festival na ginanap ika-28 ng Agosto, sa Raffles Hotel sa lungsod ng Makati.

Pinamagatang “Philosophy and Memory,” ang book launch ay naglayon na ipakita ang iba-ibang anyo at tungkulin ng mga gunita.

Muling inilathala ang “Filipino Woman Writing: Home and Exile in the Autobiographical Narratives of Ten Writers” ni Cristina Pantoja-Hidalgo, direktor ng UST Center for Creative Writing and Literary Studies (UST-CCWLS) at dating punong patnugot ng Varsitarian.

UST Publishing House releases 2 new books in ManilaART 2014

Oct. 19, 2014, 11:53 p.m. - THE UST Publishing House launched two new titles on Saturday at the ManilART 2014 fair in Taguig.

"Kritik/Critique: Essays from the J. Elizalde Navarro National Workshop in the Criticism of the Arts and Humanities, 2009-2012" edited by Oscar Campomanes, and "From the Major Arcana" by Ralph Semino Galán were showcased alongside  corresponding artworks during the event. 

"Kritik" is an anthology of art critcism written by fellows of the The J. Elizalde Navarro workshop.

Historian and ex-UST archivist receives Gintong Aklat award

Oct. 7, 2014, 8:52 p.m. - HISTORIAN and former UST archivist  Fr. Fidel Villarroel, O.P. received the Gintong Aklat Award for his two-volume history of the University this morning at the Priory of St. Thomas Aquinas.

UST Publishing House Director John Jack Wigley, who accepted the award on behalf of Villarroel during the 2014 Gintong Aklat Awards ceremony last Sept. 17 at the SMX Convention Center, personally gave the trophy to the Spanish Dominican.

Villarroel was awarded for his book titled "A History of the University of Santo Tomas: Four Centuries of Higher Education in the Philippines.”

‘Go back to the basics’

15 September 2014, 1:43 p.m. - ACCLAIMED writers urged budding writers to adhere to the most basic principles of writing on the second day of the 10th Creative Writing Workshop sponsored by the Varsitarian, Sunday.

In a round-table discussion, Palanca-winning poets Allan Pastrana, Mookie Katigbak-Lacuesta and Carlomar Daoana emphasized the unwritten rules of poetry that need to be followed even in free writing.

“Writing poetry also has restraints. By writing it, you are trying to restrain yourself,” said Katigbak.