Posted by Vicente Rafael at the Flips mailing list --
For those in Manila or plan to be in the next couple of weeks, I thought this might be of some interest:
ANVIL PUBLISHING, INC.
requests the pleasure of your company at the launching of
The Promise of the Foreign:
Nationalism and the Technics of Translation in
the Spanish Philippines
Vicente L. Rafael
November 17, 2005, 5:30 p.m.
Powerbooks, Greenbelt 4
Makati Avenue, Makati City
R.S.V.P. Anne Rose Manalaotao 7471622
Lina Gutierrez 6375141
Neo-Angono Artists Collective 2nd Neo-Angono Public Art Festival
Proponent: Neo-Angono Artists Collective Inc.
Target Beneficiary: People of Angono, Rizal and the National Art Community
Number of participating artists: Around 80 Angono and Manila-based artists
Project/Festival Duration: November 20-22, 2005 (Sunday, Monday and
Short profile of NEO-ANGONO ARTISTS COLLECTIVE
Established in November 2004, NEO-ANGONO ARTISTS COLLECTIVE is both a movement and organization founded by visual artists, writers and poets,
musicians, theater people and cultural workers.
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From: newsdesk cafe
Date: Oct 27, 2005 2:03 AM
Subject: Fwd: 27-OCT-2005-NEWSFLASH!!! PETE LACABA RETROSPEKTIB IN NOVEMBER
NEWS RELEASE (with accompanying photos)
DATE: 27 October 2005
REF. : John Concepcion
Cellphone no.: 0928-7829221
To all fellow media practitioners, UP and Ateneo Alumni, and
especially to those who have found joy, hope, and conviction in Mr.
Lacaba's works: U R ALL INVITED TO ATTEND THIS SPECIAL DAY. TARA
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From: "Rock Drilon"
Sent: Friday, October 21, 2005 5:09 AM
Subject: Top Writers Launch Book of Poems for the Removal of GMA at Mag:net Cafe
Top Writers Launch Book of Poems for the Removal of GMA
Truth and Consequence: An Anthology of Poems for the Removal of Gloria Macapagal Arroyo will be launched this Thursday, October 27, 6:00 p.m. at Mag.Net Katipunan Avenue, beside Rustan's Supermarket.
Forwarded at the Flips mailing list.
From: "Rock Drilon"
Sent: Saturday, October 22, 2005 2:15 AM
Subject: [Fwd: Mag:net Cafe next week]
> POEMS FROM THE METRO
> A City Poetry Reading
> Gemino Abad
> Alfred Yuson
> Naya Valdellon
> Ria de Borja
> Joel Toledo
> Angelo Suarez
> Marie La Vina
> Marne Kilates
> Marie La Viña
> Mikael Co
> Catherine Candano
> Joseph Saguid
> Mookie Katigbak
> Arkaye Kierulf
> Monday, 24 Oct 05, 9PM
> Mag:net Cafe Katipunan
From Danton Remoto's Philippine Star Column, Oct. 24, 2005.
Afraid: The Best Philippine Ghost Stories will be launched this Friday, Oct. 28, 6 to 8 p.m. at Powerbooks SM Megamall. There will be readings and Gothic songs, as well as book signing of this and my other books. Food and drinks will also be served. Comments may be sent to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
KOMIKON 2005 aims to bring together different comic
book artists/groups and publishers in a venue where
they could present their talents, works and services
to the public and, most importantly, to aspiring comic artists. It hopes to bring in different art groups and different generations of artists for a free exchange of ideas, break down stereotypes, and broaden the scope of comics – from international to local, sequential to strips, professional to amateur, and published to independent comics. There will be
contests, special guests, and other activities for
A Different Bookstore and the Department of Literature of De La Salle University bring together poets Marjorie Evasco and R. Zamora Linmark in a special presentation entitled WRITERS IN CONVERSATION on October 28, 6PM, at the A Different Bookstore Eastwood City Libis.
Evasco has released "Dreamweavers: Selected Poems 1976-1986" and "Ochre Tones:Poetry in English and Cebuano" both of which won the National Book Awards for Poetry from the Manila Critics Circle.
(Poetry and Dance)
October 22 & 23, 2005, 8pm, Dance Forum Space,
38 West Ave.,
Contemporary dance choreographers pay tribute to women poets in celebration of the Centennial of the Feminist Movement in the Philippines in "Ars Poetica," an evening of dance and poetry, on Oct. 22 and 23, 2005, 8pm at Dance Forum Space, 38 West Avenue.
The program is presented by Myra Beltran’s Dance Forum, the National Commission on Culture and Arts, Subcommittee on Culture and the Arts, NGO-GO National Network for the Feminist Centennial in cooperation with Air Dance.
Classical, haiku and free verse writing on Oct. 22 at Loyola School of Theology (Ateneo, Loyola Heights, Quezon City)
Tel no. 285-2449
Philippine Starweek, Oct. 16, 2005