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Rappler's Marites Vitug and Thought Leaders columnist Joselito de los Reyes are among those recognized at the awarding ceremony
Magkapatid sa sining, at kapwa isinilang nang Nobyembre, si Lamberto Antonio ay iniluklok kamakailan sa Hall of Fame ng Palanca, habang si Teo Antonio ang paksa ng librong nanalo ng National Book Award
1939's 'Marvel Comics No. 1' issue was produced in 1939 and is considered the ‘Big Bang’ of the Marvel Comics Superhero Universe
How young adult novel 'The Patron Saints of Nothing' tackles the drug war, intergenerational relations, and the search for identity amid the Filipino-American diaspora
This is the second major international award for the novel, written by Filipino-American Randy Ribay
Marites Dañguilan Vitug’s ‘Rock Solid: How the Philippines Won Its Maritime Case against China’ is Best Book in Journalism and Joselito D. de los Reyes’s ‘Finding Teo: Tula/Talambuhay’ is Best Book of Nonfiction Prose in Filipino
The strengths of Chinese-style capitalism have also been its vulnerabilities
U.S.-French comic book 'Ignited' is penned by former Marvel and DC writers and tells the fictional story of 6 teens who survive a high school shooting and develop superpowers
The book, by Richard Bolisay, will be launched on October 19 at QCinema festival.
Which is fiction, which is real life? We'll have to wait for the book to come out.
'Patron Saints of Nothing' tells the story of a Filipino-American who comes back home after a cousin is killed in Duterte's 'drug war'
I remember about 4 years ago, I came home one day to find two new books from my father. It was parts one and two of the Janus Silang books. I loved them. I realized that the series has become a part of my life now.
'Some stories will have a detrimental influence on the minds of those under the age of 18,' the Turkish government says about 'Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls', a series of inspiring stories about women of history for young children
Shorlisted are Marites Dañguilan Vitug’s ‘Rock Solid: How the Philippines Won Its Maritime Case against China’ as Best Book in Journalism and Joselito D. Delos Reyes’s ‘Finding Teo: Tula/Talambuhay’ as Best Book of Nonfiction Prose in Filipino
Randy Ribay’s 'Patron Saints of Nothing' – which looks at Duterte’s war on drugs from a Filipino-American teenager's point of view – is longlisted in the National Book Awards 2019 for Young People's Literature in the U.S.
Doing a Marie Kondo on our bookshelves? Perish the thought!
‘Al sur de la Alameda’ will be formally launched at the Manila International Book Fair on September 15
Despite being constantly online, most Filipinos still find time to enjoy a good book or two
The two books will be available starting Sept 11 at Manila International Book Fair
Five titles are recommended by Mike Villa-Real, the senior vice president of the Veteran’s Bank, and 5 are from author Frank Cimatu's collection
Mitch Albom's best-selling novel is coming back to life on the small screen!
He dreams of building a street of bookstores. But for now, he makes sure that the one bookstore he has is a home to passionate local authors and more importantly, a window to Singapore’s literary soul.
E-book versions of Salinger's 4 books, including 'The Catcher in the Rye' will be available soon
Lea is among the Broadway stars included in the book 'A is for Audra: Broadway's Leading Ladies from A to Z'
Get those book-hoarding budgets ready for another sale!
Here’s a beginner-friendly guide to the critically-lauded series
PRESS RELEASE: All National Book Development Board (NBDB)-registered publishers and self-published authors are welcome to submit their nominations. Books in Filipino or English published in 2018 are eligible for the award
Get ready for 5 days of book hoarding fun this September!
Joanne Ramos's debut novel is disturbingly close to the reality of many Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW)
(UPDATED) No tributes needed – the prequel comes out May 19, 2020
The Philippine Tax Whiz discusses the guidelines for handling books of accounts
Alibaba, BNP Paribas, Booking.com, IBM, L'Oreal and Uber were some of the high-profile companies to sign a pledge at the second 'Tech For Good' summit taking place in Paris
The newly launched book 'To Be in History: Dark Days of Authoritarianism' aims to remind Filipinos about the struggle for freedom during the Marcos regime
Sharjah is named as the 2019 World Book Capital under the recommendation of The International Publishers Associations and The International Federation of Library Association and Institutions
Almost 7 in 10 Filipino respondents in a report by the e-commerce platform say they buy at least one book a year
Fans of author André Aciman's novel will be able to spend more time with Elio and Oliver again in the sequel titled 'Find Me', available on October 29
Bookworms, heads up! Get those wallets ready for March
Author Josh Malerman says that 'Bird Box 2' will focus more on the story of Malorie and the mysterious creatures
The Philippines confines terrorists on trial away from other types of crime suspects. Filipino and Australian researchers say this approach might only intensify the inmates' extremism.
Let's try to unpack what happened at this year's Oscars
Who else can say that she's the first ever female to win the Best Writer Eisner Award? Only Marjorie Liu, bestselling author of the 'Monstress' comic book series
‘Book of Enchantments’ will tell the origin stories of your favorite Disney villains – Ursula, Maleficent, and the Wicked Queen included
Critics see the civil rights dramedy 'Green Book' as 'whitesplaining' racial politics
The movie takes home 3 awards, including Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali
The actor wins for his role in the movie 'Green Book'
The massive book sale opens in Manila for the second year in a row
Book Craft Publishing says it has yet to receive payment for educational supplies delivered to divisions of the Department of Education's Western Visayas office in 2005