CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS The Philippine International Literary Festival (PILF) is a landmark project of the NBDB which provides an avenue for book publishing industry stakeholders to discuss developments and issues in literature. Writers, illustrators, publishers, readers, teachers, students, and other stakeholders will discuss topics such as literature, writing and illustration crafts, translations, reading programs, continue reading : PHILIPPINE INTERNATIONAL LITERARY FESTIVAL (PILF) 2021
Call for Applications EDITOR or EDITORIAL SERVICE FOR ANNUAL REPORT 2020 AND WRITING JOURNAL 2021 Scope of Work: • Conceptualize, write, and edit articles and contents for the NBDB Annual Report 2020 and NBDB Writing Journal 2021 • Solicit contents from other writers and resource persons for the Annual Report and Writing Journal • Ensure continue reading : Call for Applications: EDITOR or EDITORIAL SERVICE for Annual Report
KR Gonzales Ang mga daliri ng orasa’y Tila naglalaho na parang bula Hindi mawari kung kailan tatagal Daloy na walang katiyakan Lapit ka’t tumitig Nakikita mo ba? Totoo o hindi? Lumalabo na ata. Putol-putol, naririnig Mga asong nakawala Kahol nila’y umuusig Sa nananahimik na hawla Pumupuwing sa mundo Hindi lang basta mikrobyo Kundi kabuktutang sistema continue reading : Telemedicine para sa Kaluluwa
A brief guide to traditional publishing from querying your manuscript, participating in pitch contests to finding the right agent. Some highlights include how internet technologies can bridge the continental divide and how to empower Filipino authors to pursue their publishing dreams outside the Philippines. Speaker 1: Kara L. Bodegon, Author and Illustrator of Squalo continue reading : PILF 2019 E01: Traditional Publishing in the U.S.
Stefani J Alvarez Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia / Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental Kalagitnaan ng Marso nang ako’y makatanggap ng email memorandum mula sa aking pinagtatrabahuang kompanya. Naglayon itong alamin kung balak kong umuwi sa Pinas o mananatili sa Saudi Arabia, dahil sa napipintong total lockdown. Nadestino ako sa Saudi Electricity Company bilang Administrative Assistant sa continue reading : MULA SA #DAGLI19 #COVID19
Challenging as it may be, 2019 was a year of a more passionate commitment in fostering the book publishing industry in the Philippines. In line with the initiations of the previous years, the National Book Development Board (NBDB) further fortifies its projects and policies towards not only the country’s content creators, authors, publishers, printers, but continue reading : 2019 Annual Report
NBDTF 2019 Cycle CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS The National Book Development Board (NBDB) is calling for applications for the National Book Development Trust Fund (NBDTF) Grant for 2019. Authors and organizations are invited to submit at least 25% of their manuscripts or research works for books. The chosen works will receive a maximum grant of P250,000.00 continue reading : Call for Manuscript Submissions – National Book Development Trust Fund (NBDTF) Grant
The National Book Development Board (NBDB) and the Manila Critics Circle (MCC) are pleased to announce the winners of the 37th National Book Awards. See the list of the 37th National Book Awards finalists here: http://booksphilippines.gov.ph/the-37th-national-book-awards-finalists/.
The results of 2017 Readership Survey, commissioned by the National Book Development Board (NBDB), shows that a majority of Filipino respondents still read printed books. Out of the 1,200 adult respondents with ages 18 and above, there were 921 (76.75%) say they have read a printed book in the last twelve months while there 1,020 continue reading : Readership Survey: Reading behavior and patterns of purchase