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Crossed Wires: The Necessity of Translation

by Wina Puangco

A few weeks ago, I was listening to (read: eavesdropping on) some strangers in Fully Booked complain about the Filipino translation of John Green’s… 979 more words

Philippine Literature


Mrs. Cruz is a fond user of slippers that she wears them on her way to school. Where are her black leather shoes? They are there inside her bag, resting peacefully, and waiting for a clean cemented road to step on. 231 more words

Flash Fiction

Philippine Literature (The American Regime)

I’ve been really busy from school that’s why I can’t update here and on m instagram. I’m taking Lit 101 this semester. Our project is to search stories  from the famous authors from the American Regime (1898-1941). 1,629 more words

American Regime

Book Love: Sky Blue After The Rain

I have so little patience in so many things even in one I usually love to do: reading.

However, with some books, you are immediately grabbed by the story. 219 more words

Book Love

Ako'y Isang Mabuting Pilipino (I Am A Good Filipino) by Noel Cabangon: A Book Review

How shall we teach a child about being a good Filipino?

This is the reason why Noel Cabangon intended to write this short  children’s story. He describes in the story  the things children must do to be a good Filipino. 319 more words


bookbed recommends: Komiks

ni KB Meniado

May koleksyon ako ng mga komiks noong ako’y bata pa. May mga kwentong nasa Ingles, may mga nasa Filipino. Sa komiks ko nga unang nabasa ang mga akda ni Gat Jose Rizal na  416 more words

Kb Meniado

Fiction Nation: Lost (and Found!) In Translation

Hi, Cheer Readers! Welcome to another edition of Fiction Nation, where we geek out over adaptations of our favorite novels. You can read previous posts… 565 more words

Philippine Literature