Pre-order form: Bulawan Literary Journal of Northern Mindanao Issue 4

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Issue 4: ‘Mental Disorders’ of the Bulawan Literary Journal of Northern Mindanao, a regional literary journal of new Northern Mindanaoan writings, is now available for pre-order.

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Ateneo Libulan Circle organizes MoonLIT LGBTQ+ Festival in Ateneo de Davao University

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The Ateneo Libulan Circle will be celebrating its 1st Birthday and Pride Month this coming June 25-30, 2018 in the Ateneo de Davao University, Jacinto Campus. This is co-organized with SAMAHAN Welfare, and in partnership with Adarna House and the Olympus Society of Davao. Continue reading Ateneo Libulan Circle organizes MoonLIT LGBTQ+ Festival in Ateneo de Davao University

Libulan queer anthology to launch at Cagayan de Oro

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This #InternationalPrideMonth, the Libulan Binisayang Antolohiya sa Katitikang Queer (2018, Cratos Publishing) will be launched at Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan. The launching event will consist of spoken word performances, live poetry and prose readings, author craft talks of select Libulan contributors, and open mic.

Libulan Collective’s partners for this event are Nagkahiusang Magsusulat sa Cagayan de Oro (NAGMAC), Cratos Publishing House, and Xavier University Press. Details will be posted soon.

Call for Submissions: 1st Ateneo Libulan LGBT+ Writers Workshop

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In celebration of Pride Month and Ateneo Libulan Circle’s 1st Birthday, we are inviting applications to the 1st Ateneo Libulan LGBT+ Writers Workshop. We are accepting works that are related to or are interpretations on the theme of Gender, Sexuality, and/or the Body. Continue reading Call for Submissions: 1st Ateneo Libulan LGBT+ Writers Workshop

Call for Working-Class Literatures

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For the month of May, Payag Habagatan will accept literary works in Binisaya, Chavacano, English, Hiligaynon, Meranao, Surigaonon, and Waray that depict the plight of the working class and discuss relevant labor issues such as contractualization, the crackdown against unionists, the struggle for humane work conditions and living wages, etc. Continue reading Call for Working-Class Literatures