Linara Nga Mga Pulong

To write in Waray is a long and lonely struggle. The readership is miniscule, and publication is a long shot. One writes with a fear that all the poems will come to naught for lack of support from the general public and the institutions of government. One writes with a feeling that writing in the mother tongue is an act of futility, if not vanity. One writes not just against the marginality of the language but against the….Read More


Digital Cinema in the Philippines, 1999–2009

Eloisa May P. Hernandez’s Digital Cinema in the Philippines, 1999–2009 argues time and again for Philippine cinema’s continued life, albeit already in the contemporary era’s most transformative and indeed progressive form—the digital medium. Most critics and scholars decry the unending lackluster production of Philippine cinema in general, which logically has led to pronouncements of its death over…Read more


The University of the Philippines Press joins the 38th Manila International Book Fair

The Manila International Book Fair, the country’s biggest book event, will be held on September 13 – 17, 2017 at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. It will showcase the largest and most diverse collection of books for leisure and academic reading. Everything you need from educational materials… Read more