So where do you learn the rules? If you’re lucky, a more experienced writer will become your mentor and teach you. Or, you can opt to join a summer writing workshop where you can live and breathe literary works by various writer.
A 160-page book that’s currently in progress aims to showcase religious jeepney vinyl sticker art and reveres the humble jeepney as a modern icon.
Ramil Digal Gulle on the bearable lightness of the 62-year-old choir during its recent concert, conceptual artist Roberto Chabet’s recent exhibition, and writing a poem.
Letters, an unpublished short story and other documents penned by ground-breaking American novelist William Faulkner are expected to fetch more than $2 million at auction this June.
Life begins at 40, especially with stem cell therapy. And Easter is the end of Lent and the beginning of the crazy election campaign season.
This award-winning theater group take their craft seriously by attending workshops in preparation for their performances during Holy Week.
In this cosmpolitan city, a generation of young poets are keeping literature alive with regular gatherings and poetry reading sessions in the most unexpected places.
Christ gave His life for our sins; God is dead; evil spirits are partying and growing powerful; and Kris Aquino will be with us for a long, long time to come.
The cast members’ sense of fun in this production carries the audience through from the time the curtain opens to the final bow.
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