The book goes back and forth like a thrilling ping-pong game about the myths and stereotypes not only of Filipino-Americans but all Asian-Americans, and the author's own experience as the observer and the other
The bilingual edition of 'Walay Igsoon' will be launched on Thursday, April 27, 5pm, in QCX Museum, Quezon City
Día del Libro (International Book Day) will feature top bookstores and publishing houses that will be selling a wide array of books at a 20% discount
'Cadet, Soldier, Guerrilla Fighter' will be presented at Ayala Museum's First World War II Film Festival on Saturday, March 4
The new 812-page edition will retail at P650 for paperback and P1,000 for hardcover
The dystopian novel featuring a so-called 'ministry of truth' that distorts reality is the number one seller on Amazon's US book list on Wednesday, January 25
Books, outgoing US President Barack Obama says, have provided comfort, succor and guidance during his 8 years at the helm of the world's only superpower
The award-winning screenwriter's latest book is a collection of 4 stories told from children's point of view
The President gets a chance to meet one of his favorite authors, British journalist Ioan Grillo, who has covered the Mexican drug war for almost 2 decades
Germany's Nobel-winning author Gunter Grass said he feared humanity was "sleepwalking" into a world war in the last interview he gave before his death on Monday
This compilation features 36 uplifting stories of OFWs whose examples have helped shaped their communities and the nation
'But what is interesting here is that 'home' was not the Philippines, but Haliap. They missed the village, not the nation; friends and relatives, not fellow citizens.'
Zafra is said to be showing signs of recognition and has asked about her condition
Found conscious but disoriented at her apartment building's staircase, Zafra has been put under neurological observation
In Gabo's home town of Aracataca, friends and admirers react to his death not with sobbing, sadness or mourning
Nobel writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez is one of the most popular Latin American novelists in the world and the godfather of a literary movement that witnessed a continent in turmoil
The 87-year-old author of "One Hundred Years of Solitude," was hospitalized on April 10 for undisclosed reasons in Mexico City
The collection will include 5 short novels which have already been published separately in magazines, and one new offering
Mitch Albom's on a mission to rebuild Tacloban's libraries, and Amy Tan, John Grisham, Stephen King, Stephen Chbosky and other writers are helping via donation, too
'The Silkworm' is a follow-up to 'The Cuckoo's Calling' under Rowling's Robert Galbraith pseudonym
'Girls' star Lena Dunham is set to publish her book "Not That Kind of Girl" this October
According to Tado, the book, published in 2012, was "a preview, a pre-burol (pre-interment), a trailer of his life"
Nakatonbetsu's town assembly aren't amused at their portrayal as a home for litterbugs
Nothing beats the warmth of a good book. Try reading some of these books on love and life this Valentine's season
JK Rowling believes Ron and Hermione would likely have ended up in marriage counselling
If you were to start your wardrobe from scratch, how would you begin? Liz Uy’s new book is a treasure trove of elusive answers
A book lover shares her favorite places to find inexpensive, yet priceless books
The images shared by the British Library come from 17th, 18th and 19th century books and have been digitized by Microsoft
The 1970s self-help classic, 'How to Pick Up Girls!' is on its way to the big screen
Marie Claire writes about how she was brought up by her fabulous mother
Tis the season to eat, drink, and be merry. With a little help from the Alejandro sisters’ cookbook, guilt-free indulgence might just be around the corner.
Rachel Alejandro dreamed of eating her way into a sexy body – and it wasn't impossible at all. Now she has a book to show for it.
The book's buyer David Rubenstein, a billionaire American financier and philanthropist, conducted his bid by telephone
Harry Potter stamps cause a stir among US philatelists who say the British boy-wizard should not be on American mail
There's no card catalog or late fees. The informal lending libraries work under a simple principle: 'take a book, return a book.'
The 4th installment of the 'Heroes of Olympus' series by Rick Riordan raises the stakes for all of the young demigods on a quest to save the world
The premise is simple enough: Archie characters plus zombies
Up for a scary read that will give you the creeps and sleepless night? Here are comics we recommend.
Joel Schroeder makes a Kickstarter-funded docu about Calvin and Hobbes, one of the most beloved comic strips of all time
With France as model, old-school sector of small bookshops carries on valiant struggle against online purchasing
The publishing sector is in 'relatively good' shape compared to other industries
Unlucky-in-love Bridget married Mark Darcy and had two children -- but author Helen Fielding has killed off the barrister and put her heroine back on the singles' market
Google expands the Google Play store allowing 9 Asian countries, including the Philippines to buy books via Google
This fast-paced sci-fi thriller from Eliza Victoria explores what kind of world we might inhabit once we give up control over our lives
But when you have actual control over an actual living being, what kind of story will you produce?
The largest and longest running book fair in the country is bigger than ever
All-Filipino Book Festival aims to be premier assembly in literary field