Caroline S. Hau’s short story is one of those LGBT fictions that doesn’t place the issue of sexuality in the center of the plot. Set in Little Chinatown, Quezon City, it tells us of Ah San’s relationship with her Filipino-Chinese family. 836 more words
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Calling writers, artists, academics, and lovers of the written word!
The Likhaan: UP Institute of Creative Writing (ICW) is inviting everyone to this year’s UP Writers’ Night, which will take place on December 5, 2014, 6:00 PM, at the Executive House in UP Diliman. 59 more words
The UP Institute of Creative Writing (ICW) has extended to May 7, the deadline for submissions for the eighth issue of Likhaan: The Journal of Contemporary Philippine Literature… 526 more words
The UP Institute of Creative Writing (ICW) is now accepting submissions for the eighth issue of Likhaan: The Journal of Contemporary Philippine Literature.
The Philippines’ leading literary peer-reviewed journal, the Likhaan Journal is published annually with funding from the Office of the Chancellor of UP Diliman. 485 more words
LIKHAAN: The University of the Philippines Institute of Creative Writing (UP ICW) is still accepting applications for the 53rd UP National Writers Workshop to be held in Baguio City on 13-20 April 2014. 469 more words
The LIKHAAN: UP Institute of Creative Writing (ICW) and the Madrigal-Gonzalez family are pleased to announce the finalists for the 13th Madrigal-Gonzalez Best First Book Award… 213 more words
Sa darating na taunang Writers Night sa Disyembre 6, ang tuon ng ating pansin at pagtulong ay sa mga manunulat at iba pang alagad ng sining na nasalanta ng bagyo, lindol, at iba pang kalamidad. 276 more words