THE latest addition to the University of San Carlos Press publications, Canto Voice, a collection of short satiric verses by the late Cornelio F. Faigao, and Linda Faigao-Hall’s The Female Heart and Other Plays published in the United States by NoPassport Press, will be launched on June 8 at 3-6 p.m. at the Waterfront Cebu City Hotel and Casino.
By Jodee A. Agoncillo
Over the last three years, with a hushed dedication one would expect from a librarian, Joselito Carpena Jr. has been sending out emails to potential book donors.
By Cris Evert B. Lato
On Friday afternoons, teachers of Umapad Elementary School in Mandaue City notice that some of their pupils are “missing.”
A book on 38 years of government service of former environment secretary and Manila mayor Lito Atienza will be launched at 6 p.m. Thursday at the Maynila Ballroom of Manila Hotel, to coincide with the 46th birth anniversary of his son Kim, a TV host.
By Juan Escandor Jr.
A read-along event in Tabaco City in Albay has unveiled a different world in a facility run by nuns dedicated to providing food, shelter, clothing, education and care to abandoned and orphaned children.
From communist works to a comic book, thousands of titles banned by Turkey over the decades were taken off the restricted list Saturday, thanks to a government reform.
By Aileen Garcia-Yap
In this age of things to go and gadgets which store hundreds of books for a user to access anytime, there are still many who believe nothing still beats a hard-bound book or a paperback as a companion to while away time or to be inspired.
By Nestor P. Burgos Jr.
People of Pandan town in Antique province might have read their way into history. At least 10,000 of them, mostly elementary and high school students, formed a line along the 16-kilometer stretch of the national highway and held a simultaneous “read-aloud” of the same story to mark National Reading Day on Nov. 27.
By Jason Baguia
In my last piece, “25 readings for the Year of Faith” (Cebu Daily News/Nov. 11), I presented 25 books that one can read while journeying through this special year for deepening one’s faith in God through Jesus Christ.
By Nancy T. Lu
Award-winning books found in bookstores are choices that cannot go wrong.
By Cathy C. Yamsuan
Ecstatic over the public response to his memoir, Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile said he is considering writing two more books—one on his law practice and another on his life as a senator.
By Delfin T. Mallari Jr.
Self-exiled Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) founder Jose Maria Sison on Tuesday accused Senate President Juan Ponce Enrile of lying in his newly published book, “Juan Ponce Enrile: A Memoir,” to cover up his role during the infamous martial law period.
By Inquirer Research
Did he or did he not fake his ambush 40 years ago? In response to numerous requests from our readers, the Inquirer did a fact-check on a controversial claim that the Senate president made in his newly published book, “Juan Ponce Enrile: A Memoir.”